[Openswan Users] Compilation problem with kernel 2.2.26

Paul Wouters paul at xtdnet.nl
Thu Feb 10 12:28:33 CET 2005

On Thu, 10 Feb 2005, Bgs wrote:

> make[1]: Entering directory `/root/telepites/vpn/openswan-1.0.8/pluto'

Can you try this with 1.0.9 as well?

> ../lib/libopenswan.a alg/libalg.o  -lgmp -lresolv -lpthread
> alg/libalg.o(.text+0x7383): In function `serpent_set_key':
> /root/telepites/vpn/openswan-1.0.8/libcrypto/libserpent/serpent.c:458: 
> undefined reference to `__fswab32'

There are switches in the Makefile that allow you to disable serpent, which
is not used anyway. I've seen this errors in the past, but I'm not sure if
these were ever fixed. I just compiled 1.0.9 on my FC3/AMD64 and ignoring
the 64bit warnings, it compiles fine. But I do not have a 2.2. kernel installed.

Perhaps Ken knows?


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