o There are cases when SIOCGIFINDEX is defined, but it doesn't work. When
this happens, don't reject the whole interface, just mark it as index 0.
o Removed Pavel's comment about EFAULT and SIGSEGV. EFAULT is a valid return
code for cases where the buffer is too small.
o Commented out the smart interface list size logic temporarily as it seems
Linux 2.0 SIOCGIFCONF doesn't react to ifc_req==NULL sanely. Replaced it
by exponential stepping.