On Wed, 2004-03-31 at 16:41, Montag wrote: > On 03/31/2004, Carl wrote: > > > ..and I wish someone had told me sooner that people were still using it. > > (And also that people were using the latest version, even if it isn't much > > different. That one is probably my fault though, because it seems all > > information of its existance has fallen off the net..) > > > > (Please don't kill me over how horrible it is, it's pretty much the first > > thing I wrote in C..) > > I don't think it's so horrible... After all it allows us to use YAM and > IBrowse in UAE. :) > Thanks for your code! It could be old and ugly, as you say, but it's still > functional. Yeah, it WorksForMe® (mostly) too. The only problem I have is ftp (or any other protocol) that requires a control port. Ftp in passive mode is fine however. I did consider that maybe it had something to do with my rather elaborate setup, but the fact that it all works fine under WinUAE confuses the issue. Specs: Fedora Core 1 Linux iptables firewall (on or off) 100TX NIC -> Switch -> ISDN Router -> BT HomeHighway ISDN The Router is configured to NAT all incoming requests to the PC, and yes I checked, the IPs do match. Like I said, this works on WinUAE and I don't have any other issues with networking under Linux either, so ... ? It'd be great if you picked up development of bsdsocket again. -- Regards, K.