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Hi, I am exploring TCP Congestion Control algorithms and I want to add TCP Illinois to my kernel so I can test it. Any idea how? I have never compiled ...
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    Adding TCP Illinois to the kernel


    Hi,

    I am exploring TCP Congestion Control algorithms and I want to add TCP Illinois to my kernel so I can test it.

    Any idea how? I have never compiled kernel or added custom module. I use Ubuntu 12.04 with kernel 3.x.x.

    Here is the source for TCP Illinois and others,

    www .cs.fsu.edu/~baker/devices/lxr/http/source/linux/net/ipv4

    Thanks

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    TCP illinois looks like it is built in to the ubuntu kernel. There are security notices for it in the 12.04 kernel ....search Ubuntu Security Notice USN-1651-1

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