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From: Andrew Morgan (morgan_at_transmeta.com)
Date: Tue 11 Nov 2003 - 22:00:11 GMT

[resend - to all of the cc list. Mea culpa.]

If you want to take ownership of it, please be my guest! I'll be happy
to continue to put files on kernel.org if you want to take advantage of
the current distribution site.

There is a sourceforge site for this stuff:


Ted is the owner of it. If you want to take over, please do - I have no
time for this, but am willing to consult as needed.



Linas Vepstas wrote:
> On Mon, Nov 10, 2003 at 09:36:48AM -0800, Chris Wright was heard to remark:
>>* Linas Vepstas (linas_at_linas.org) wrote:
>>>Well, I found the output of getpcap cryptic, and was unable to Google up
>>>any documentation that was 'adequate'.
>>Have you looked at the manpages with libcap source[1]? I agree, the
>>output is odd, but there are some docs that help decipher it.
>>[1] http://www.kernel.org/pub/linux/libs/security/linux-privs/kernel-2.4/
> Hmm, yeah.
> Actually, it does help; with only some 'minor' complaints:
> -- there's still no manpages for 'getpcap' etc.
> (although the cap_to_text manpage is pretty good).
> -- No one has maintained this thing since 1999 ...
> It needs a home, either at savannah.gnu.org or at sourceforge
> My question is: is there any active maintainer for this thing? any
> mailing lists? I'm vaguely thinking of tweaking the thing, but have
> nowhere to send patches ... any suggestions where a home (i.e. cvs,
> mailing list, bug tracker) for this thing should be created?
> --linas

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