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Old 01-08-2002, 07:02 AM   #1
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Question configuring ecos 1.3.1 on synthetic linux 7.0

This is my first post to this forum ,i am not sure abt the trend/process it follows but it will help me alot if i get something which is helpful related to this problem ...
This is related to problems we are facing while using ecos1.3.1.
As it is ported over synthetic linux (RHL7.0)as target o.s.
More specifically - It is not detacting interface.
This is what we explored uptill now .
In detail - we want to communicate by usintg net pkg. which we configured as given in reference mannual.
thanks ...


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