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On Mar 8, 2007, at 12:44 PM, John C. Welch wrote:
On 3/8/07 12:34, "Chris Reimer" <email@hidden> wrote:
Thanks for trying, but I don't believe this is a simple configuration problem. I know all about snmpconf, snmpd.conf, and snmpd's options... I used "-C" to demonstrate that this problem does not depend on the particular config file you use.
I would *love* to hear word from *anyone* that they are running snmpd on an Intel mac...
Does anyone know anything about this particular error? The /dev/kmem (and libkvm) interface to kernel memory appears to be missing from MacOS 10.4.x on Intel, and net-snmp (versions 5.2.x and 5.3.x) seem to depend heavily on it. (To further complicate matters, net-snmp version 5.4.x doesn't compile on MacOS without loading some kernel include files from darwin that I haven't identified yet...)
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