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From: Francois Rouaix <francois@r...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] socket PF_PACKET

I'll give it a try, although my answer is not authoritative...
If PF_PACKET is Linux only, as I believe it is, it is unlikely that it 
will be
added in the default Unix library, which mostly conforms to Posix 
On the other hand, it should be fairly obvious for someone to write 
version of socket() that supports it, and package it in a "Linux" 
PS: Don't assume that your question is simple because you know what 

> It seems like nobody reply to my simple question sent a couple of days 
> ago.
> If nobody in this list know answer, then maybe you can point me to some
> emails of people who may answer this question?
> On Sun, Jun 08, 2003 at 11:08:41AM +0300, Alex Efros wrote:
>> As far as I see in unix.mli, OCaml at this time don't support other
>> domains than PF_INET and PF_UNIX. Is it exists a way to create 
>> socket in OCaml? If not - is PF_PACKET support will be added in next
>> OCaml release?
> -- 
> 			WBR, Alex.
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