compilation fails (setting aggressive and xauth to false)
appie at friendly.net
Wed Jun 29 12:58:16 CEST 2005
(openswan 2.3.1 code base)
I think this is more developers question, but here it goes anyway:
I was browsing Makefile.inc and decided to flip some vars, like:
USE_NAT_TRAVERSAL_TRANSPORT_MODE?=false <-- only for IPsec/L2TP ?
(setting this to true causes the define
to show up during compiles)
Setting these USE_ vars to false however causes the compile to fail
miserably. Does this mean the aggressive and xauth patches can't be 'undone'?
I tried a lil to get it to compile again with:
# whether or not to enable aggressive mode exchanges.
# This compile option activates xauth code and modecfg needed by xauth
but that won't work either. Maybe it needs some more tweaking of code, but
that would kind of defeat the whole purpose of including vars in a Makefile
when changing their values doesn't work.
Could anyone shed any light on this ?
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