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17 Nov 2009
I am having difficulty putting my wireless interface into promiscuous mode. ifconfig says that it is, but I cannot gather packets not to/from the z. I compiled my own libpcap but this didn't work so I reverted to an ipk that I seem to recall working (but am now doubting my memory).

I have tried with ethereal, driftnet, tcpdump, my own code using libpcap - nothing. Kismet functions correctly but this isn't quite the same thing.

I'm not sure if the problem is my kernel, libpcap, wifi card or something else.

My setup is:
pdaXrom 1.1.0beta1 "Katherin"
Linksys WCF12 802.11b
libpcap 0.9.8-devel from capn_fish
SL-C860

Any suggestions appreciated. THanks.

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Just like to say I love the z. my only real unix box at this point ...
29 Jun 2004
when i mount an nfs share like this:

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$ mount /mnt/foo


it returns successfully after exactly 5 minutes consistently. I suspect this corresponds to a timeout or two

/etc/fstab defines:

CODE
foo:/home      /mnt/foo     nfs     defaults,nosuid,noauto


i believe the problem is client related because two nfs servers (linux, bsd) both take 5 minutes to mount on the z but cross-mount instantly.

server logs indicate only client de/authentication, nothing unexpected.

is there client logging that i am unaware of?

other ideas?

thanks.
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