On 17/9/20 14:33, Steve Litt wrote: > I was given hopman to test on my Void box and got it compiled with some
> help from (I think) Aitor. It was much more mature than my amounter
> was. I don't know why I quit using it --- maybe my mind went on to
> other things.
My help was installing simple-netaid-cdkin Void Linux, the ncurses
interface for simple-netaid:
I seem to remember. It required to build from source ifupdown (which -as
someone has pointed
out in this thread- has its origin in Debian), and also libiw and libcdk5.
> By the way, if you use amounter, change all the mount and unmount to
> pmount and pumount so it can be done by a normal user. I'm not going to
> have time to fix amounter's Git until late November.
> I think hopman is a package in Devuan, so everybody can use it. No, it isn't a package in Devuan so far. But i really think Didier has
done a very great job to keep in mind.
I cloned his repository and read it time ago, being one of my priorities
to contribute to it.
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