papril777 at yahoo.com
Sun Apr 11 21:40:49 EDT 2004
For the arp_get() function, just look and see if you have /proc/net/arp..
If you don't have it, well you know what the problem is ;)
Looks better, here's what I get now... fw_allow still does not get called,
but we're definitely getting much farther.
[debug 4] Auth server returned profile 5
[debug 4] Entering SIGCHLD handler
[debug 4] Got exit code 1280 for pid 2071
[debug 4] Received connection from 10.0.0.100
[debug 4] Processing request from 10.0.0.100
[debug 3] Captured 10.0.0.100 and re-directed them to login page
[debug 4] Closing connection with 10.0.0.100
I'll keep that 12" for myself then :)
> I got wifigod running as much as it can on my mac and the SIGCHLD
> handler does run. I can't get enough of it to work to test it further, the
> arp_get() function doesn't appear to like OS X. Yes, I will somehow get a
> PeeCee to run it on ;-).
> It's stable when no connection happen, it's running its periodical
> cleaning (fw_counter()) and properly exiting with SIGCHLD and all.
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