[Openswan dev] Can't build openswan 2.5.16 using NETKEY on linux-2.6.16
paul at xelerance.com
Fri Feb 22 05:28:04 EST 2008
On Fri, 22 Feb 2008, MKL23 wrote:
> I tried to cross compile the new openswan 2.5.16 on linux-2.6.16, found that
> I couldn't built with NETKEY enabled, and the error message as follow.
> linux/if_link.h: No such file or directory
> linux/if_addr.h: No such file or directory
> linux/neighbour.h: No such file or directory
> make: *** [kernel_netlink.o] Error 1
> Both if_link.h and if_addr.h only exist in 2.6.19 and above. And neighbour.h
> is moved from include/net/ to include/linux after 2.6.19.
Yes, updating the linux include files in programs/pluto/linux26 caused
that. A proper fix will be to take only what we really need from those
include files and build our own (or require kernel headers/source to be
installed). I'll probably do a new release in a day or two that addresses
A quick fix to pick up the linux26 directory from the previous version.
> BTW, the NAT-T patch with make nattpatch patches the .svn files?
> openswan-2.5.16 # make nattpatch
> packaging/utils/nattpatch 2.6
> --- /dev/null 2008-02-02 20:09:24.144292949 +0000
> +++ nat-t/.svn/entries 2008-02-21 14:47:42.133786674 +0000
Hmm, we have never used svn for openswan. I'll have to look into that.
We hope to obsolete the natt patch soon.
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