[Dnsmasq-discuss] FreeBSD complement to Linux's netlink: route(4) socket
matthias.andree at gmx.de
Thu Dec 5 20:10:36 GMT 2013
Am 05.12.2013 12:48, schrieb Simon Kelley:
> That's excellent. Thank you.
> We're too late in the 2.68 cycle for this, but it's first think on my
> list for 2.69.
> Google suggests that it should work on any *BSD system, including macOS?
FreeBSD-specific features might comprose the IFF_DRV_RUNNING, IFF_DYING,
flags. DragonflyBSD Git and NetBSD 6.1 don't have these flags, FreeBSD
9.x has them in net/if.h, haven't checked if 8.x had them; and 10.x has
them but I didn't check if they're still in the same place (aka include
MacOS X/Darwin being a derivative of FreeBSD will often work (might also
lack the three mentioned symbols), unless Apple abused interfaces, but I
don't know when exactly they forked.
OpenBSD needs to be checked, too. It's a heavily rewritten NetBSD.
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