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Old 02-18-2010, 08:19 AM   #1
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Unhappy Problem regarding sysctl

i am a newbie to linux and i am using ubuntu 9.10. i am trying to use ubuntu as a test bed for my thesis work on seamless mobility including SCTP and its add ip feature. i have installed lksctp with this command
sudo apt-get install lksctp-tools libsctp-dev

now i have to enable its addip feature and as i have read in other threads i have to change it from sysctl but the problem is that when i enter "sysctl -a" it does not show any sctp options please some body help me its really urgent!!
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