Slirp is a (C)SLIP/PPP emulator based on the original BSD sources. It allows the user to pull up a full internet connection over a shell connection, and features sharing multiple modems for additional bandwidth.
|Tags||Internet Emulators Networking Terminals Serial|
|Operating Systems||Palm OS POSIX|
Release Notes: The code now compiles cleanly under Cygwin and can now run in Windows. Various options were improved (DNS, TTY specification, debugging). Users can now use Microsoft's Direct Cable Connect feature to hook into Slirp and get a NATed connection.
Release Notes: Support for arbitrary tty selection (you may hookup a Palm Pilot or WinCE device through the serial port without having to be root or mucking around with getty).
Release Notes: This version has been patched to allow it to synchronize with the Debian version of Slirp.
Release Notes: Fixes for a few compiler bugs related to Solaris x86, and a a warning to those who don't use gcc to compile.
No changes have been submitted for this release.