[Snort-users] Any indication of when libnet-1.1 is going to be supported?
roesch at ...1935...
Mon Jun 12 10:43:47 EDT 2006
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Actually the plan is to move over to libdnet within the next few
On Jun 11, 2006, at 6:27 PM, Jason Haar wrote:
> I see libnet-1.0 is still required in snort-2.6
> For several years now I've found myself having to tear out the
> libnet-1.1 that is natively supported by the Redhat/Fedora/CentOS
> I run and install libnet-1.0 - just to get snort to compile.
> I don't know the background of libnet*, but it does seem that snort is
> relying on an old library here?
> Any comments on what's happening in that space?
> Jason Haar
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