[Openswan Users] OpenSWAN on Linux ARM (Xscale) architecture

Dan Searle dan at adelix.com
Fri Sep 17 15:11:38 CEST 2004


I'm thinking of using Openswan 2.2.0 to provide VPN functionality for
embedded linux router software I'm developing. Thing is, the kernel
patches for Openswan 2.2.0
contain pre-compiled IA-32 (ix86) assembler, and the platform I'm
developing for is ARM (Xscale) so, I'm thinking that Openswan Isn't
going to work for me is it?

Does anyone have any experience with using Openswan 2.2.x with
architectures other than IA-32 (ix86)?

Regards, Dan...


Dan Searle
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