[Openswan dev] Re: CVS HEAD: ipsec: Unknown symbol ipsec_3des_init

Ken Bantoft ken at xelerance.com
Mon May 9 06:07:05 CEST 2005

Welcome to CVS HEAD - never gauranteed to compile, or work :)

This is a result of inprogress work on complete support of CryptoAPI for 
esp.  We'll fix this at some point week - it's a conflict left over from 
built-it 3des and cryptoapi's 3des.

On Sun, 8 May 2005, Nate Carlson wrote:

> On Sun, 8 May 2005, Antony Antony wrote:
>> looked around a bit more, look like issue is only in CVS HEAD.  The 
>> function ipsec_3des_init is an external function. I can't find where its 
>> definition or body is. I wonder where this function defined.
>> make -C /usr/src/linux  BUILDDIR=/usr/src/openswan-2/modobj26 
>> SUBDIRS=/usr/src/openswan-2/modobj26 
>> MODULE_DEF_INCLUDE=/usr/src/openswan-2/packaging/linus/config-all.h 
>> ARCH=i386 modules
>> *** Warning: "ipsec_3des_init" [/usr/src/openswan-2/modobj26/ipsec.ko] 
>> undefined!
> I get the same error. Also get a similar error if I disable 3des + AES and 
> enable CryptoAPI. I got around it by manually linking ipsec.ko with the 
> ipsec_cyptoapi_whatever.. :)

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