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authorTim Rice <tim@multitalents.net>2002-03-11 20:55:53 -0800
committerTim Rice <tim@multitalents.net>2002-03-11 20:55:53 -0800
commit29bdd2c9bca2737e7a246ed50fd827a6ccba0c61 (patch)
tree3cbec05cf9ae0220ad212bbd713eec69bea8f95f /contrib/solaris/README
parent4a10d2e90b510dcbb96eb9b86b1122c0c1f72163 (diff)
[contrib/solaris/buildpkg.sh, contrib/solaris/README] Updated to
build on all platforms that support SVR4 style package tools. Now runs from build dir. Parts are based on patches from Antonio Navarro, and Darren Tucker.
Diffstat (limited to 'contrib/solaris/README')
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1 files changed, 4 insertions, 8 deletions
diff --git a/contrib/solaris/README b/contrib/solaris/README
index 55852499..9b0a46e2 100644
--- a/contrib/solaris/README
+++ b/contrib/solaris/README
@@ -1,6 +1,7 @@
The following is a new package build script for Solaris. This is being
introduced into OpenSSH 3.0 and above in hopes of simplifying the build
-process.
+process. As of 3.1p2 the script should work on all platforms that have
+SVR4 style package tools.
The build process is called a 'dummy install'.. Which means the software does
a "make install-nokeys DESTDIR=[fakeroot]". This way all manpages should
@@ -11,7 +12,8 @@ Directions:
1. make -F Makefile.in distprep (Only if you are getting from the CVS tree)
2. ./configure --with-pam [..any other options you want..]
-3. cd contrib/solaris; ./buildpkg.sh
+3. look at the top of contrib/solaris/buildpkg.sh for the configurable options.
+4. ./contrib/solaris/buildpkg.sh
If all goes well you should have a solaris package ready to be installed.
@@ -20,9 +22,3 @@ openssh-unix-dev@mindrot.org and I will try to assist you as best as I can.
- Ben Lindstrom
-TODO:
-- Expand to cover all sysvr4 family of OSes
-- Clean things up a bit more.
-- Detect if sshd is running and refuse to start.
-- SHOULD check for existing sshd_config nor ssh_config (does not currently).
- [Post install script? Ugh.. Nasty]