Hi. I'm running Slackware 2.0 on a 386DX40, installed from the Infomagic Sept 96 CD set. An application (TNOS) I run says I need to have IP Forwarding enabled in the kernel in order for it to talk to Linux. Since I haven't been able to make it work, I'm wondering if this is the problem. My question is, how can I tell if IP Forwarding is in the kernel? Also, how can I determine what kernel I have now? If I have to upgrade the kernel, it means I need to install compilers and download the source code, which I can do but don't have enough free disk space.
Thanks for your help.