[Cerowrt-devel] administrative questions
William Allen Simpson
william.allen.simpson at gmail.com
Thu Jan 31 11:28:18 EST 2013
On 1/30/13 10:03 PM, Ketan Kulkarni wrote:
> On Wed, Jan 30, 2013 at 10:19 PM, William Allen Simpson
> <william.allen.simpson at gmail.com> wrote:
>> On 1/29/13 11:24 PM, Ketan Kulkarni wrote:
>>> You can submit the patches to this list, ccing Dave, or you can attach
>>> it to the reported bugs for better future tracking.
>>> All standard linux formatting applies here as well.
>> OK. I have various TCP, TCPCT (RFC 6013) and RFC1323bis patches from
>> several years ago. I'm slowly updating my patches from 2.6.33 and .37
>> to 3.7.4, but pretty much nothing is patching cleanly -- so it's going
>> to be a long hard slog.
> Yes there was a discussion about TCPCT recently on this list.
Aha, just the kinda thing that I was looking for....
> Though I personally haven't looked at the security aspect of TFO, it
> would be good to have wider views on the same. At the same time around
> Dave pointed me to TCPCT RFC.
I've actually got a preliminary "TFO Considered Harmful" written, but
was waiting for their RFC to be published.
Gettys had invited me here (from TCPM WG) some time ago, and I actually
bought a pair of WNDR3800 last February specifically to run CeroWRT.
But then the release seemed very unstable at the time, and I stuck with
the Netgear code and gave one to a brother.
I am now running sugarland. I'll start submitting proposed patches
(tested on a spare linux box, not risking my access to the net) via
the Issues. I'm patching against .../stable/linux-stable.git, but it
compiles as 2.8.0-rc3+ -- is that what CeroWRT is/will be using?
I was looking for a .git repository and compile instructions, but
didn't find anything under Documents or Files.
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