[Snort-users] BIOCVERSION: inappropriate ioctl for device....

Arun Viswanathan arunpv07 at ...3390...
Fri Oct 25 11:40:02 EDT 2002


Hey all!!

I've just installed snort v 1.9.0 on my linux 8.0 system....and i 
get this error msg while snort initializes...."BIOCVERSION: 
inappropriate ioctl for device"....I was wondering if snort v 
1.9.0 is compatible with redhat linux 8.0!! If it is, then how do 
i solve this problem??

Thanx....Arun


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