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10th
Mar 2015
sanjmonkey
@sanjmonkey
Mar 10 2015 12:39
@thomas-mangin I’ve had fun trying some ‘real’ machines today. Surprising how scarce they’ve become. So far I’ve only managed to get my hands on, OSX (message saying no support in Darwin), Arch linux (no TCP_MD5SIG in kernel), Raspbian (currently recompiling kernel to support TCP_MD5SIG, yes, really)….!
have stolen a laptop and installing a current (supported) OS. let you know how I get on shortly
Thomas Mangin
@thomas-mangin
Mar 10 2015 12:41
Good luck
My laptop security upgrade seems to have gone wrong but then when I last updated mac os it took hours to do
sanjmonkey
@sanjmonkey
Mar 10 2015 14:02
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sanjmonkey
@sanjmonkey
Mar 10 2015 14:23
tested ‘real’ fedora 20 machine. same behaviour. exa does not see the incoming md5
Thomas Mangin
@thomas-mangin
Mar 10 2015 15:48
That the part where I £%$^^%&%^&£$%&£$%^$% and start to wonder why ...
Thank you very much for checking
I will have a look at BIRD’s code and try to find the difference - that’s the cheating way