Xcerdisp is an X Windows equivalent of Microsoft's Remote Display Control powertoy. It listens for connections from the Windows CE cerdisp client on your PocketPC, and lets you see and control your handheld via X. It may be necessary to use the SynCE tools to get your handheld connected to the network.
PGSSAPI lets you selectively plug external GSSAPI security libraries into applications without having to recompile the application each time. It decouples applications from particular GSSAPI implementations and allows you to combine implementations. It works by wrapping and dispatching standard GSS calls to libraries that you would otherwise directly link against. It dynamically loads GSS libraries, selecting which one to dispatch to by configuration file or by examining the standard header of GSS network tokens.
Re: pktstat 1.4.8 make error
> I had to edit the config.h to change:
> /* #undef HAVE_PCAP_H */
> #define HAVE_PCAP_H 1
> before main.c would compile.
> It seems to work very well!
Hmmm, there is no config.h file distributed in the source :) But there IS a config.h.in file that configure uses to build a config.h. Perhaps it is configure not detecting pcap.h properly? Could you please file a bug at the bug tracker link above? Please include the OS you're building on and the output from running configure. Thanks!
Re: Author! Author!
> Its a shame I can't contact the author.
It's a shame there's so much spam in the world.