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Re: [GNUnet-developers] [PATCH] tcp_stealth: fix compilation if TCP_MD5S

From: Alexander Holler
Subject: Re: [GNUnet-developers] [PATCH] tcp_stealth: fix compilation if TCP_MD5SIG is not enabled
Date: Wed, 20 Aug 2014 15:30:56 +0200
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Am 19.08.2014 12:57, schrieb Julian Kirsch:
Following up on this: I've updated the online version of the patch [0]
and also verified run-time functionality with CONFIG_TCP_MD5SIG
disabled. The logic of the code changed a bit but it's cleaner (and
smaller) now. No need to apply the updated version of the patch to your
kernels if you didn't encounter problems during compiling, though.

Thanks again for pointing me towards this issue, Alexander.

Btw. I would like it, if the downloadable patch would be in git-format
(for use with git am). That would also offer the possibility to add a
useful comment to the patch, e.g. with a reference to the website.

Also I assume it's already known, it's easy to achieve:

git clone ...
patch -p1 <tcp_stealth_3.16_1.diff
(vim net/ipv4/Kconfig, delete empty line at EOF)
git commit -a -s
git format-patch HEAD~1


Alexander Holler

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