On Wed, May 14, 2003 at 05:09:14PM +0200, Erik Hietbrink wrote:
> [...] just list my problem and fix and let you ppl propose the
> real solution.

;-}  Gee thanks.

>    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
>    tool.

Noted in PROJECTS file already, by Tom.  I guess configure should detect
no X libraries, and skip the xsg build.

> 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'

Again, configure should detect lack of sa_sigaction, and so alter the
compile of tools/update.c ... added to PROJECTS.

> 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.

No, there is no documented list that I know of.  We have a list that
works for Continuum, but only Bob has it.  Once you get it working,
pass it to me and I'll add it as CVS docs/sample_iptables ... I'm
tempted to just insert Dave's, but I'd like someone to test it 

James Cameron    mailto:quozl at us.netrek.org     http://quozl.netrek.org/

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