On Sunday 25 March 2001 13:53, Marc van Woerkom wrote:
> > i4b is an ethernet interface, how do you think PPP/HDLC works ? The
> > interface is registered with the networking stack, just like a "real"
> > networking card is. This make the ether device mandatory.
> Hi Gary!
> I simply lack knowledge of how network devices are organized.
> It might have been possible that network devices exist, that
> don't belong to that class of ethernet interfaces.
> I believed that i4b might be such a device, as I can't remember
> pulling in "ether" in my older kernel configs.

well, it seems that I'm wrong. Hellmuth Michaelis tells me that it _should_
be possible to use i4b without ether. Looks like this is a bug.


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