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What is the meaning of HID quirks that the Linux kernel uses?

The only thing I found in the code was this: /** * DOC: HID quirks * | @HID_QUIRK_NOTOUCH: * | @HID_QUIRK_IGNORE: ignore this device * | @HID_QUIRK_NOGET: * | @HID_QUIRK_HIDDEV_FORCE: * | @...
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Why a host with interfaces for networks A and B reply pings to interface A coming from a host at B?

Interface ip_forward and forwarding settings only care about sending packets out. Since your ping doesn't need to leave the host to generate a reply, it succeeds. The default for linux is to have all ...
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Why a host with interfaces for networks A and B reply pings to interface A coming from a host at B?

Is this the expected behavior? By default, yes. Linux implements the "weak host model" - this means that packets arriving for the local system are accepted, regardless of the interface they ...
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