2009-01-20 11:03:42     IPsec, Openswan, Freeswan, Bash on uclinux

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2009-01-20 11:03:42     IPsec, Openswan, Freeswan, Bash on uclinux

Tim Powell (UNITED STATES)

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Hello,

 

 

 

I was wondering if anyone has ever gotten IPsec working with uClinux on Blackfin.   Currently I'm working with a custom

 

BF537 board, which we've loaded kernels onto in the past.  If I enable openswan via the menuconfig,  I have gotten it to compile.  I did have to modify a makefile to so that it would include the linux directory.  Turns out, openswan wants to use

 

bash as its primary configuration tool.  If I enable this, it won't compile.  Once in the bash directory it tries using gcc

 

instead of bfin-uclinux-gcc to compile.  I'm just wondering if anyone has done this before and also to get an estimate

 

of how long such a project might take.

 

 

 

-Tim

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2009-01-20 11:15:52     Re: IPsec, Openswan, Freeswan, Bash on uclinux

Mike Frysinger (UNITED STATES)

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bash wont work on no-mmu systems.  it relies too heavily on fork.

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2009-04-05 10:33:33     Re: IPsec, Openswan, Freeswan, Bash on uclinux

David Lee (UNITED STATES)

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Hi,

 

I am going to try installing openswan. I would like to know the answer as well. If anyone has made it work, please can you share your experience.

 

Thanks,

 

David

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