Hi ppl,

I managed to get hold of an UltraSparc 5 and have installed NetBSD 1.6.1.
Naturally the next deamon after sshd and apache was netrek ;-)
So I just downloaded the Vanilla-2.9pl8 server sources and tried to compile
it. I had to make two changes to make it work. Since I am new to the whole
vanilla sources I just list my problem and fix and let you ppl propose the
real solution. Note that they're minor issues..

1) Since I run the UltraSparc as a headless machine I did not bother to
    install X11 libraries and such. So I ran into:

    xsg/x11window.c:11: X11/Xlib.h: No such file or directory
    xsg/x11window.c:12: X11/Xutil.h: No such file or directory

    What I did was adapt the Makefile to not build the XSG server management

2) On NetBSD 1.6.1 sun sparc64, man sigaction shows that no
    sa_sigaction element exists, so I commented out its usage in update.c

    tools/update.c: In function `no_zombies':
    tools/update.c:201: structure has no member named `sa_sigaction'

After these two fixes all compiled well and I was enjoying a <1ms lag! Yes! ;-)

Now my question. I'm putting this machine behind a firewall. What UDP/TCP
ports should I open to make it world accessible? I saw an earlier post by Dave
about the INL server ports. Is there a document/list somewhere? problem is I
cant test it myself from outside the firewalled network. Thx.

Greetx, Erik
(Shadow Hunter)

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