On 19/06/2020 15:42, Dani Camps wrote:
Apologies if this is not the appropriate forum for this question.
There are currently two implementations of MPTCP in the Linux kernel:
- An out-of-tree kernel described in https://www.multipath-tcp.org
Mailing list: mptcp-dev(a)listes.uclouvain.be
- An upstream version, the work is in progress since v5.6:
Mailing list: mptcp(a)lists.01.org
I guess you are interested here in the out-of-tree kernel. Better to ask
the question on the other list.
I have a machine running Kernel 5.0.0-23-generic. I am interested in
running MPTCP on it. I have seen the implementation in
, but I understand this is a full kernel
4.1 modified for MPTCP.
This out-of-tree kernel only supports LTS versions of the kernel,
typically the two last ones. So the v5.0.0 kernel is not supported. But
packages are available for other kernel versions.
Is there any implementation available that can be compiled into a
for kernel 5.0?
I don't think so. Probably the best is to switch to another kernel: v5.7
(upstream) or 4.19 (out-of-tree)
If you are interested by the out-of-tree kernel, please continue the
discussion on the other list.
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