[Openswan Users] Pluto dies doing keyexchange with Win2K
mcr at sandelman.ottawa.on.ca
Tue Mar 15 11:04:06 CET 2005
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>>>>> "Paul" == Paul Wouters <paul at xelerance.com> writes:
>>>> #7 0x08059064 in passert_fail (pred_str=0x80c8940
>>>> "STATE_IKE_FLOOR <= from_state && from_state <=
>>>> STATE_IKE_ROOF", file_str=0x80c7954 "demux.c", line_no=1799)
>>> I believe this is fixed in head. We're waiting with releasing a
>>> 2.3.1 until another bug (the rekey bug) has been fixed.
>> OK, I grabbed what I think is current CVS over rsync, un-rcs'd it
>> and with a patch, was able to build a Debian package and install
Please let me know if it was before Sunday.
Before sunday, it would not have interop'ed at all, due to a bug
introduced while refactoring.
>> Also, is there actual CVS access? I couldn't see any way to
>> actually get it, and the whole rsync process was a bit the long
>> way 'round.
Paul> Yup, see http://www.openswan.org/development/cvs.php
I'll need to read it in more detail, and I'd like to know what the
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