1.1.9x and msdos filesystem compile problems

1.1.9x and msdos filesystem compile problems

Post by David Grim » Thu, 23 Feb 1995 17:23:39



Hello fellow Linuxer's,

        I've been running the 1.1.88 kernel for a while and while I
was away for a couple weeks found that 1.1.93 had been released.  I
got the patches and tried to build the kernel only to have it fail in
the msdos filesystem.  I backtracked to earlier kernels and haven't
been able to sucessfully compile the msdos filesystem (either as part
of the kernel or as a module) and was wondering if anyone had
experienced a similar problem and if so has a fix?  Thanks in advance,
and if I figure out a solution I'll post a summary for others.


 
 
 

1. 1.1.8x, 1.1.9x SMTP Problem

This is for you kernel developers ... I'm running on a 486/66, IDE disk
and Adaptec 1542cf for CD-ROM, kernel with PPP, SLIP, & on Ethernet.
With kernels up to 1.1.88, all is well ... but with 1.1.89 and later,
when I boot up, I get the following errors when sendmail tries to start:

Feb 24 13:11:53 spc280 sendmail[349]: problem creating SMTP socket
Feb 24 13:11:58 spc280 sendmail[349]: NOQUEUE: SYSERR(root): getrequests:
                       cannot bind: Address already in use

I have tried Berkeley Sendmail 8.6.9 and 8.6.10.

Is this a known problem?

Thanks in advance,
Bill Heiser

--
These are my opinions, not those of my employer.

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