> want a dual-homed host with full packet screening, you'll probably want
> to run screend. Screend is available for Ultrix, OSF/1 and the 386BSD
> family. It definitely compiles under BSDi, the commercially available
> 386BSD. There seem to be a couple of glitches in the Makefile and other
> files which stop an easy compilation under FreeBSD. The ones I have
> identified so far are:
> Makefile declarator for screend needs something like
> -DBYTE_ORDER=0 -DLITTLE_ENDIAN=0 -DBIG_ENDIAN=1, so that it builds
> as little endian, without duplicate structure member problems;
Hmmm, are you sure of that ? Your definition seem to imply you've got a big
endian machine instead...
> Someone on this list offered to port screend to Linux. I have no idea of
I just got it but I've not tried to complie it under FreeBSD 1.1.5.
Ollivier ROBERT roberto @
Hervé Schauer Consultants Ollivier .
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