WARNING: This document is slightly out of date. Look at panda_install.bash instead.
In order to build PANDA, you should use the
in the QEMU directory. The script comes with some default
options. But first, the prerequisites need to be taken care of.
It is recommended to build LLVM and QEMU with the same compiler.
In order to build some of the PANDA plugins inside of the QEMU
directory, a compiler that supports C++11 is required.
PANDA is known to build on debian wheezy and jessie with the following steps. Some parts of the installation require root privileges. We assume that sudo has been setup and enabled for the user installing PANDA. If you prefer to have these instructions printed, you can use gitprint to render them into a printable PDF file.
Use the following commands to install the prerequisites that can be used as-is from the Debian repositories. Some of the prerequisite libraries are not directly used by PANDA, but are required by the plugins shipping with it. Subversion is used to retrieve the source of LLVM.
sudo apt-get install build-essential sudo apt-get build-dep qemu sudo apt-get install nasm sudo apt-get install libssl-dev sudo apt-get install libpcap-dev sudo apt-get install subversion sudo apt-get -y install curl sudo apt-get -y install autoconf sudo apt-get -y install libtool sudo apt-get -y install python-pip sudo apt-get -y install libelf-dev
Download the source for LLVM 3.3 and Clang 3.3. Make sure you
get these specific versions! Clang source must be extracted in
tools/clang directory of the LLVM source tree.
The required source trees can be directly checked out from the
LLVM subversion repositories.
cd panda svn checkout http://llvm.org/svn/llvm-project/llvm/tags/RELEASE_33/final/ llvm cd llvm/tools svn checkout http://llvm.org/svn/llvm-project/cfe/tags/RELEASE_33/final/ clang cd - cd llvm/tools/clang/tools svn checkout http://llvm.org/svn/llvm-project/clang-tools-extra/tags/RELEASE_33/final/ extra cd -
If you are working with g++-4.9, you will also need to
patch clang to provide
Otherwise building of some plugins will fail.
export CLANG_PATCH=http://reviews.llvm.org/file/data/sw37fgtbupwhetydgazl/PHID-FILE-wprxzvc5yn4ylp7xwt6t/201729.diff cd llvm/tools/clang wget -O - "$CLANG_PATCH" | patch -p2 -F3 unset CLANG_PATCH cd -
Now, compile LLVM. For a debug build (REALLY slow), use the following command:
cd llvm ./configure --disable-optimized --enable-assertions --enable-debug-symbols --enable-debug-runtime --enable-targets=x86 && REQUIRES_RTTI=1 make -j $(nproc) cd -
For a release build, use the following commands:
cd llvm ./configure --enable-optimized --disable-assertions --enable-targets=x86 && REQUIRES_RTTI=1 make -j $(nproc) cd -
diStorm is a binary disassembler library. It is used by some of the PANDA plugins, and may also come handy when writing your own plugins. The following commands will download, build and install diStorm on your system.
cd ~/software svn checkout http://distorm.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/ distorm cd distorm/make/linux make sudo make install cd - cd distorm/include sudo cp * /usr/local/include
libdwarf is a DWARF
producer and consumer. It is used by
dwarfp in order to
provide source level introspection to PANDA plugins.
wget http://www.prevanders.net/libdwarf-20160507.tar.gz --no-check-certificate tar -xzvf libdwarf-20151114.tar.gz cd dwarf-20160507 progress "Installing libdwarf..." ./configure --enable-shared make sudo cp libdwarf/libdwarf.h /usr/local/include sudo cp libdwarf/dwarf.h /usr/local/include sudo cp libdwarf/libdwarf.so /usr/local/lib/ cd ../
Protocol buffers C style
Protocol buffers are used by pandalog. You want it. This is how I built things and installed them.
cd ~/software git clone https://github.com/google/protobuf.git cd protobuf sh ./autogen.sh ./configure --disable-shared make sudo make install cd ~/software git clone https://github.com/protobuf-c/protobuf-c.git cd protobuf-c sh ./autogen.sh ./configure --disable-shared make sudo make install
sudo pip install git+https://github.com/eliben/pycparser.git@master
Building the QEMU part and the PANDA plugins
After successfully installing all the prerequisites, you can go
on and build the QEMU part of PANDA.
This is most conveniently done by invoking
cd qemu ./build.sh
Overriding LLVM location
build.sh script will attempt to use the Release build of the LLVM we compiled for PANDA.
You can specify some other LLVM directory and build type by setting the
PANDA_LLVM_BUILD environment variables. E.g.,
export PANDA_LLVM_ROOT="/opt/llvm" export PANDA_LLVM_BUILD="Debug+Asserts" cd qemu ./build.sh
If LLVM is not found in the specified locations,
will attempt to use any other version of LLVM 3.3 found in your path.
Overriding default C/C++ compiler
The default C and C++ compilers will be used for the compilation.
In case you want to use a specific version of gcc/g++, the
script respects the
CXX environment variables.
cd qemu CC=gcc-4.8 CXX=g++-4.8 ./build.sh