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26 May 2001 20:21 dananderson

Linux 2.4.5 and Freeswan 1.9 broke
Linux 2.4.5 and Freeswan 1.9 is broken.
If you want to use the Freeswan patch, either:


1. go back to linux 2.4.3 (2.4.4 has serious problems)


2. wait for an official freeswan update, http://www.freeswan.org/ (http://www.freeswan.org/)


3. Try the bleeding-edge snapshots from freeswan.



(BTW, Freeswan adds IPSec to Linux)


01 Apr 2001 16:14 woodja

Re: hint
Note to self: Do not post something to Freshmeat at 4am in the morning. I sent a message to the Freshmeat maintainers to delete my comment, but I guess they didn't do anything but laugh.

I thought my comment would only get posted under the NSA release (oops). Yes folks my speling stinks. I usually spellcheck before posting, but like I said it was late and I was out of it.


> Err, maybe you should send such a mail
> to yourself. The correct spelling is
> indeed "fundamentals". A
> smattering of Latin tends to clear this
> problem up. Actually, a smattering of
> real English does too. :)
>


01 Apr 2001 12:20 compwiz

Re: hint
You're all diseased. What's wrong with just typing
rot13 and pasting into the terminal? :)

01 Apr 2001 09:14 cpbotha

Re: hint

>
> %
> % %
> % % % You have to understand the
> % % % "fundamentals" of
> % % encryption
> % % % to enjoy the changelog.
> % % %
> % %
> % % A hint to people who can't spell
> % % 'fundementals', cut&paste it
> % into an
> % % email in netscape mail, mail it
> to
> % self,
> % % right click ... well u get the
> point
> % ...
> % %
> % %
> % %
> %
> %
> % Err, maybe you should send such a
> mail
> % to yourself. The correct spelling
> is
> % indeed "fundamentals".
> A
> % smattering of Latin tends to clear
> this
> % problem up. Actually, a smattering
> of
> % real English does too. :)
> %
>
>
> Actualy i was hinting towards a way to
> decrypt the change log, not commenting
> on the spelling :)
>


My bad. :)

01 Apr 2001 07:51 chrischabot

Re: hint

>
> %
> % % You have to understand the
> % % "fundamentals" of
> % encryption
> % % to enjoy the changelog.
> % %
> %
> % A hint to people who can't spell
> % 'fundementals', cut&paste it
> into an
> % email in netscape mail, mail it to
> self,
> % right click ... well u get the point
> ...
> %
> %
> %
>
>
> Err, maybe you should send such a mail
> to yourself. The correct spelling is
> indeed "fundamentals". A
> smattering of Latin tends to clear this
> problem up. Actually, a smattering of
> real English does too. :)
>


Actualy i was hinting towards a way to decrypt the change log, not commenting on the spelling :)

01 Apr 2001 07:07 cpbotha

Re: hint

>
> % You have to understand the
> % "fundamentals" of
> encryption
> % to enjoy the changelog.
> %
>
> A hint to people who can't spell
> 'fundementals', cut&paste it into an
> email in netscape mail, mail it to self,
> right click ... well u get the point ...
>
>
>


Err, maybe you should send such a mail to yourself. The correct spelling is indeed "fundamentals". A smattering of Latin tends to clear this problem up. Actually, a smattering of real English does too. :)

01 Apr 2001 06:42 lsetia

Re: hint

Paste the Changelog in an empty emacs buffer, and
do a M-x toggle-rot13-mode
enter

Voila! (PS: M-x means press Alt and 'x'
together).


01 Apr 2001 06:36 chrischabot

Re: hint

> You have to understand the
> "fundamentals" of encryption
> to enjoy the changelog.
>


A hint to people who can't spell 'fundementals', cut&paste it into an email in netscape mail, mail it to self, right click ... well u get the point ...

01 Apr 2001 05:00 mstgeman

Re: hint

> You have to understand the
> "fundamentals" of encryption
> to enjoy the changelog.
>


Hahaha, this is going to be a good day. The beautiful weather here in Amsterdam helps, too :)

01 Apr 2001 04:07 woodja

hint
You have to understand the "fundamentals" of encryption to enjoy the changelog.

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