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The AX.25 software is comprised of three components, the kernel source, the network configuration tools and the utility programs.
The version 2.0.xx Linux kernels include the AX.25, NetRom, Z8530 SCC, PI card and PacketTwin drivers by default. These have been significantly enhanced in the 2.1.* kernels. Unfortunately, the rest of the 2.1.* kernels makes them fairly unstable at the moment and not a good choice for a production system. To solve this problem Jonathon Naylor has prepared a patch kit which will bring the amateur radio protocol support in a 2.0.28 kernel up to the standard of the 2.1.* kernels. This is very simple to apply, and provides a range of facilities not present in the standard kernel such as Rose support.
The kernel source:
The kernel source can be found in its usual place at: ftp.kernel.org
The current version of the AX25 upgrade patch is available at: ftp.pspt.fi
The network tools:
The latest alpha release of the standard Linux network tools support AX.25 and NetRom and can be found at: ftp.inka.de
The latest ipfwadm package can be found at: ftp.xos.nl
The AX25 utilities:
There are two different families of AX25-utilities. One is for the
The AX.25 utility programs can be found at: ftp.pspt.fi
or at: sunsite.unc.edu
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