2.7 beta binary not official yet! - was - Re: little endian and built in etherne
- Just replying to change the title so this is more visible to others.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Terry Gray <gray@w...> wrote:
> > John Bowler <jbowler@a...> wrote:
> > > No, a binary release is the firmware image *and* the built feeds.
> > > They weren't there last time I checked. Also the binary release
> > > is only *released* when the email is sent - if you just pull down
> > > things which look interesting nasty things will happen...
> > On Sun, 2 Oct 2005, Stanley P. Miller wrote:
> > Thanks for this note, I think it may have saved me from far more
> > "interesting" than I want to deal with.
> > I shall quietly wait for the e-mail on the official release, when I
> > saw this on the downloads page I got all excited...
> Yes, I think several of us assumed (incorrectly) that when the 2.7
> beta flash image appeared on the download page, the corresponding 2.7
> package feed was be ready to go.
> Thanks to John for setting us straight, thus letting us avoid the
> "interesting nasty things"...
- I saw in the package list that there might be a poptop package that would give PPTP VPN support to a slug. Is that true? Does it work?I got OpenVPN to work on Unslung, but would like to try a Microsoft-client friendly protocol like PPTP...I tried ipkg install poptop, but that didn't want to play.Jelle
- --- In email@example.com, "Jelle Alten" <jpalten@...> wrote:
> I saw in the package list that there might be a poptop package that
> give PPTP VPN support to a slug. Is that true? Does it work?Microsoft-client
> I got OpenVPN to work on Unslung, but would like to try a
> friendly protocol like PPTP...I have also tried this package, it installed ok, but i couldn't get it
> I tried ipkg install poptop, but that didn't want to play.
working, i looked in /var/log/messages and it seemed to be complaing
about pppd not being present :(
I would love to get PPTP server on my slug