well now that just isn't good. patch forthcoming in minutes.
> The code in net/ipv4/arp.c has recently been changed around so that
> there's no longer any space between the ip address and the hardware type
> in /proc/net/arp. This means the arp command is pretty much useless, as
> it relies on the space to parse this file.
> This can be quickly fixed by changing the file back to it's original
> (pre4) state. The New Way of printing out the ip address prints out the
> octets seperately. While this may be desireable for coding reasons, I
> can't think of a way to left-center the entire ip without sprintf()'ing
> it as one string, left aligned with a 17 character width. In any
> case, some kind of fix would be appreciated.
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