Some systems don't have nfs/mount.h (boo!) (looks like SCO have decided
nobody needs the mount stuff. I hope Caldera are more open).
UW7 changed the format of socket addresses, making the sa_family one
byte long and sticking a one byte sa_length just in front of it. That's
why the "x" network routines (xconnect, xbind, xsendto and so on) take
a version number - to tell 'em what format socket addresses they get,
thus allowing backwards compatability.
Here are the patches to cope with these amusing things.
John Hughes <john@...>,
CalvaEDI SA. Tel: +33-1-4313-3131
66 rue du Moulin de la Pointe, Fax: +33-1-4313-3139