Handle VERSION Rx protocol packets. We should respond to a VERSION packet
with a string indicating the Rx version. This is a maximum of 64 characters
and is padded out to 65 chars with NUL bytes.
Note that other AFS clients use the version request as a NAT keepalive so we
need to handle it rather than returning an abort.
The standard formulation seems to be:
<project> <version> built <yyyy>-<mm>-<dd>
" OpenAFS 1.6.2 built 2013-05-07 "
(note the three extra spaces) as obtained with:
rxdebug grand.mit.edu -version
from the openafs package.
Signed-off-by: David Howells <email@example.com>