[Discuss] Presentation at the next Linux SIG

Cy Schubert Cy.Schubert at cschubert.com
Sun May 27 12:09:49 PDT 2018

In message <CAM_o6DUJOz6s6W4twBji8X5C2930MkMO4gt6XYtuW+RV8OQ-rQ at mail.gma
, Craig Miller writes:
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> Hi All,
> After talking to Cy, the Linux ip command can't be ported to BSD operating
> systems (like MacOS X, or FreeBSD). There are too many non-posix kernel
> calls.
> However, the linux ip command is the preferred way to show and set network
> configuration. In fact, with IPv6, it is the *only* way to view the
> neighbour table (think: arp table for IPv6).
> I have written an 'ip' command emulator for BSD, and will share what I have
> learned at the meeting. And give a demo.
> Looking forward t seeing you there.

Nice. I look forward to catching your presentation.

Cy Schubert <Cy.Schubert at cschubert.com>
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