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Old 04-29-2004, 10:21 AM   #1
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Quagga "Can't bind socket: Invalid argument"


I havent found any reference seaching the forum and no solution searching the google. Only 3 sites that reported the problem.

So:

Quagga writes to log "Can't bind socket: Invalid argument" all the time and some time after starting (or restarting) the daemon loose the routing table

Any idea how to fix it?
thx for your time

Debian 3.0r2
Kernel: 2.4.25
 
  


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