[Babel-users] ipv6_subtrees fixes queued for 3.10.10 (probably)

Henning Rogge hrogge at googlemail.com
Thu Aug 22 08:46:57 UTC 2013

I agree,

a feature check would be much better than a version check (we have to
do the feature check anyways!).

Unfortunately the feature is buggy in a lot of kernels and I am not
sure there is a way to check this.

Henning Rogge

On Thu, Aug 22, 2013 at 10:35 AM, Juliusz Chroboczek
<jch at pps.univ-paris-diderot.fr> wrote:
>> I've got this in the next version of cerowrt and it looks like it is also
>> targetted for -stable.
> Excellent.
>> I see the babels branch has been quiet since jul 12, and I figure
>> mattieu and juliusz are still in recovery from ietf.
> I'm actually just back from a wonderful holiday (wikipedia Masuria),
> helping Baptiste write up the RTT stuff (it's almost ready), and
> finishing writing up some older stuff.  I'm dying to get back to
> hacking, but I'm trying to be a responsible scientist instead.
>> So I hope this can be made to work, my question though is what sort
>> of sane way can working ipv6_subtrees be done at runtime be determined?
> Henning's suggestion is reasonable, but I'd much prefer to use
> a direct method -- so it doesn't break with vendor kernels.
> -- Juliusz
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