[Openswan Users] How to start ipsec at boot time
Michael H. Warfield
mhw at WittsEnd.com
Mon Dec 13 16:58:13 EST 2010
On Mon, 2010-12-13 at 16:49 +0100, Gary Long wrote:
> Ok, so it depends on the operating system. I'm running openSwan on
> Ubuntu but i'm not used to it.
Minor niggle... Linux is the operating system (kernel). Ubuntu is a
distribution. Ubuntu, Debian, Fedora, RedHat, Slackware, SUSE, etc -
these are all Linux. Yes it depends on the OS (Linux vs BSD vs Solaris,
etc) but it's also distribution dependent. I know it's confusing.
Someone already asked if you compiled it from source or installed it
from apt-get. If you're not real experienced at this, please install
from apt-get and make life easier on yourself. If there's something in
a newer release you require, you can always add it on later, but start
from the packaged install, initially. If you have installed from
apt-get (or the GUI software manager front end to apt-get, Synaptic) you
can use the system administration tools for services to enable that
service to run at boot.
> Le 13/12/2010 16:46, Michael H. Warfield a écrit :
> > On Mon, 2010-12-13 at 16:41 +0100, Gary Long wrote:
> >> Hi again :)
> >> I would like ipsec to start at boot time. At the moment, when I start
> >> the server and use ipsec verify, I get the following message :
> >> Checking that pluto is running [FAILED]
> >> whack: Pluto is not running (no "/var/run/pluto/pluto.ctl")
> >> How could I change that?
> > That depends on what you are running it on.
> > If you are running it on Fedora or RedHat or a related distro based on
> > them such as CentOS or NST, then you would use "chkconfig ipsec on" to
> > set it to start at boot time and "system ipsec [re]start" to start it
> > manually. On Ubuntu or Debian or other distro, you would have to use
> > other commands. Same for SUSE. Same for Slackware. If you're not on a
> > Linux distro, you'll have to look that up for that OS.
> >> Thank you :)
> >> Gary
> > Regards,
> > Mike
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