[lcdproc] TCP or .so
William W. Ferrell
Mon, 26 Mar 2001 08:32:00 -0700
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> > Yes limit, but we open a potential hole.
> It can't be worser that it is right now ;)
[okay you're right :)]
> > But the LCDd can't figure out if this new connection belongs to the same
> > driver which is allready known (and has died) or a new one (or we need a
> > constant unique id per driver).
> Oh I would like that! That means that you can set its parameters in the=
> config file too, because you can specifiy the ID in the config file.
If you dig through the mailing list a few months back I tossed up a
sample config file. You're right, it's a *wonderful* feature to have.
Each driver gets is own guaranteed namespace for parameters.
William W. Ferrell, Senior System Administrator, Global Crossing Ltd.
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