[Openswan Users] "/usr/local/sbin/ipsec setup --start" doesn't return the prompt on Ubuntu 9.10 when complied from source.

phearnomore phearnomore at gmail.com
Wed Dec 9 17:59:29 EST 2009

2009/12/9 Paul Wouters <paul at xelerance.com>:
> On Wed, 9 Dec 2009, phearnomore wrote:
>> Thanks for a lightspeed answer. Too be honset I've never used this
>> kind of communication (mailing lists as a traditional communication
>> fan - face2face, telephone:) so I'm not sure I should be starting a
>> new (discussed here some time ago I think) topic meaning xmlto - I
>> mean the fact that in order to install openswan from source (which I'm
>> also a fan of) along with the man pages you have to have it installed
>> which is, well, unpleasant since then Ubuntu forces you to install
>> dozens of other packages (more than 200 megabytes).
> I will double check if this is still the case. It should not be. We do
> generate the man pages with xmlto and put them in the tar ball, so
> people without xmlto do not need it. Perhaps that did not yet get
> properly fixed.

Well, maybe I'm doing something wrong then. And what I do is execute
two commands: 'make programs' and 'sudo make install' - and with the
second command I get the error that xmlto is missing.

> Paul



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