PC/TCP,Banyan Vines,Dynamically-allocated IP...Linux?

PC/TCP,Banyan Vines,Dynamically-allocated IP...Linux?

Post by Zach Buckn » Wed, 20 Mar 1996 04:00:00

Here is my situation:
I have a P5 with a linux-compatible ethernet card on a Banyan Vines
network.  I know that (in the DOS world), in order to use tcp/ip stuff,
pc/tcp is started and an ip address is dynamically allocated.  Is it
possible for Linux to reach the internet?

I've seen a option when compiling the kernel for PC/TCP compatibility
mode... Does that have anything to do with it?

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