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README

OpenSS7 -- read me first file.  2015-04-18
$Id: README,v 1.1.2.25 2011-05-10 13:45:30 brian Exp $
Copyright (c) 2008-2015  Monavacon Limited. <http://www.monavacon.com/>
Copyright (c) 2001-2008  OpenSS7 Corporation. <http://www.openss7.com/>
Copyright (c) 1997-2001  Brian Bidulock <bidulock@openss7.org>
See the end for copying conditions (for this file).

OpenSS7
=======

Package openss7-1.1.8.20150301 was released under AGPLv3 2015-03-02.

This is the 'OpenSS7' package.  It contains all of the OpenSS7 Project
release code.  This is the only package released by the OpenSS7 Project.

The package contains all of the former subpackages of the OpenSS7 Master
Package, including:

     * Linux Fast-STREAMS
     * STREAMS Compatibility Modules
     * STREAMS Utilities
     * STREAMS Terminals
     * STREAMS X/Open Networking Services
     * STREAMS X/Open Networking XTI/TLI Library
     * STREAMS Sockets
     * STREAMS Internet Protocol Drivers
     * STREAMS SCTP
     * STREAMS Channels and Multiplexing
     * STREAMS X.25 and Frame Relay Stack
     * STREAMS Open Systems Interconnect (OSI) Stack
     * STREAMS ISDN Stack
     * STREAMS ATM Stack
     * STREAMS SS7 Stack
     * STREAMS SIGTRAN Stack
     * STREAMS VoiP Stack

Fully deprecated by this release and no longer released by the OpenSS7
Project are the following former subpackages of the OpenSS7 Master
Package:(1)

     * Linux Native Sockets SCTP
     * Internet Performance (the OpenSS7 iperf fork)
     * Network Performance (the OpenSS7 netperf fork)
     * Dialogic Open System Release 6.1

This distribution is applicable to 'Linux' 2.4, 2.6 and 3.x kernels as
was targeted at 'ix86', 'x86_64', 'ppc' and 'ppc64' architectures, but
should build and install for other architectures as well.

Release
-------

This is the 'openss7-1.1.8.20150301' package, released 2015-03-02.  This
'1.1.8.20150301' release, and the latest version, can be obtained from
the download area (http://www.openss7.org/download.html) of The OpenSS7
Project website using a command such as:

     $> wget http://www.openss7.org/tarballs/openss7-1.1.8.20150301.tar.xz

The release is available as an 'autoconf(1)' tarball, 'src.rpm' or
'dsc', as a set of binary 'rpm's or 'deb's, or as a 'yum(8)',
'zypper(8)' or 'apt(8)' repository.  See the download page
(http://www.openss7.org/download.html) for the 'autoconf(1)' tarballs,
'src.rpm's, 'dsc's, or repository access instructions.  See the
'openss7' package page (http://www.openss7.org/openss7_pkg.html) for
tarballs, source and binary packages.

Please see the 'NEWS' file for release notes and history of user visible
changes for the current version, and the 'ChangeLog' file for a more
detailed history of implementation changes.  The 'TODO' file lists
features not yet implemented and other outstanding items.

Please see the 'INSTALL', 'INSTALL-openss7' and 'README-make', files (or
*note Installation::) for installation instructions.

When working from 'cvs(1)' or 'git(1)', please see the 'README-cvs',
file (or *note Downloading from CVS::).  An abbreviated installation
procedure that works for most applications appears below.

This release of the package is published strictly under Version 3 of the
'Affero GNU Public License' which can be found in the file 'COPYING'.
Package specific licensing terms (if any) can be found in the file
'LICENSES'.  Please respect these licensing arrangements.  If you are
interested in different licensing terms, please contact the copyright
holder, or OpenSS7 Corporation <sales@openss7.com>.

See 'README-alpha' (if it exists) for alpha release information.

Repository Installation
-----------------------

The simplest way of installing the package is to use the 'OpenSS7'
'repomd' or 'apt' repositories instead of attempting to build from
tarball.  When you already have a the repository set up, the package can
be udpated simply with (one of):

     Fedora:   $> sudo yum update openss7
     CentOS:   $> sudo yum update openss7
     RHEL:     $> sudo yum update openss7
     OpenSUSE: $> sudo zypper update openss7
     SLES:     $> sudo zypper update openss7
     Mageia:   $> sudo uprmi openss7
     Mandriva: $> sudo urpmi openss7
     MES:      $> sudo urpmi openss7
     Ubuntu:   $> sudo aptitude install openss7
     Debian:   $> sudo aptitude install openss7

If you have not yet set up an installation source for the 'OpenSS7'
repositories, one of the following commands will establish repository
access for RPM-based systems:

               $> REPO=http://www.openss7.org/repo/rpms
     Fedora:   $> SUBDIR=fedora/15/$(uname -m)/RPMS/noarch
     CentOS:   $> SUBDIR=centos/5.6/$(uname -m)/RPMS/noarch
     RHEL:     $> SUBDIR=redhat/6.0/$(uname -m)/RPMS/noarch
     OpenSUSE: $> SUBDIR=opensuse/11.4/$(uname -m)/RPMS/noarch
     SUSE:     $> SUBDIR=suse/11.1/$(uname -m)/RPMS/noarch
     Mageia:   $> SUBDIR=mageia/1/$(uname -m)/RPMS/noarch
     Mandriva: $> SUBDIR=mandriva/2011.0/$(uname -m)/RPMS-noarch
     MES:      $> SUBDIR=mes/5.2/$(uname -m)/RPMS/noarch
               $> sudo rpm -Uhv $REPO/$SUBDIR/openss7-repo.noarch.rpm

For DPKG-based systems, one of the following command sequences will
establish repository access for DPKG-based systems:

               $> REPO=http://www.openss7.org/repo/debs/
     Debian:   $> SUBDIR=debian/squeeze/$(dpkg-architecture -a -qDEB_HOST_ARCH)/main
     Ubuntu:   $> SUBDIR=ubuntu/10.04/$(dpkg-architecture -a -qDEB_HOST_ARCH)/main
               $> wget $REPO/$SUBDIR/openss7-repo_all.deb
               $> dpkg -i -D010077 openss7-repo_all.deb

For 'zypper(8)' based systems it may be first necessary to perform:

     OpenSUSE: $> sudo rpm --import https://www.openss7.org/pubkey.asc
     SLES:     $> sudo rpm --import https://www.openss7.org/pubkey.asc

For 'apt(8)' based systems it may be first necessary to perform:

               $> wget https://www.openss7.org/pubkey.asc
     Debian:   $> sudo apt-key add pubkey.asc
     Ubuntu:   $> sudo apt-key add pubkey.asc

For 'yum(8)' based systems, caches should be refreshed with:

     Fedora:   $> sudo yum makecache
     CentOS:   $> sudo yum makecache
     RHEL:     $> sudo yum makecache

For 'zypper(8)' based systems, caches should be refreshed with:

     OpenSUSE: $> sudo zypper refresh-services
     OpenSUSE: $> sudo zypper refresh
     SLES:     $> sudo zypper refresh-services
     SLES:     $> sudo zypper refresh

For 'urpmi(8)' based systems, caches should be refreshed with:

     Mageia:   $> sudo urpmi.update
     Mandriva: $> sudo urpmi.update
     MES:      $> sudo urpmi.update

For 'apt(8)' base systems, caches should be refreshed with:(2)

     Debian:   $> sudo aptitude update
     Ubuntu:   $> sudo aptitude update

Once the repository is set up in this fashion, it should be possible to
install using (one of):

     Fedora:   $> sudo yum install openss7
     CentOS:   $> sudo yum install openss7
     RHEL:     $> sudo yum install openss7
     OpenSUSE: $> sudo zypper install openss7
     SLES:     $> sudo zypper install openss7
     Mageia:   $> sudo uprmi openss7
     Mandriva: $> sudo urpmi openss7
     MES:      $> sudo urpmi openss7
     Debian:   $> aptitude install openss7
     Ubuntu:   $> aptitude install openss7

The entire process can be undone with:

     Fedora:   $> sudo yum remove openss7 openss7-repo
     CentOS:   $> sudo yum remove openss7 openss7-repo
     RHEL:     $> sudo yum remove openss7 openss7-repo
     OpenSUSE: $> sudo zypper remove openss7 openss7-repo
     SLES:     $> sudo zypper remove openss7 openss7-repo
     Mageia:   $> sudo uprme openss7
     Mandriva: $> sudo urpme openss7
     MES:      $> sudo urpme openss7
     Debian:   $> sudo aptitude remove openss7 openss7-repo
     Ubuntu:   $> sudo aptitude remove openss7 openss7-repo

Build Prerequisites
-------------------

When building from source RPM or DSC, the prerequisites for building
must be met.  Most RPM or DEB build prerequisites are automatic;
however, some prerequisites must still be met manually.  When building
from tarball, most prerequisites must be met manually.  The 'configure'
script will inform you of most missing prerequisites and the actions
that must be performed to meet those prerequisites.

Prerequisites for building OpenSS7 package are as follows:

  1. 'Linux' distribution, somewhat 'Linux Standards Base' compliant,
     with a 2.4, 2.6 or 3.x kernel and the appropriate tool chain for
     compiling out-of-tree kernel modules.  Most recent 'Linux'
     distributions are usable out of the box, but some development
     packages must be installed.  For more information, see *note
     Compatibility::.

          - A fairly LSB compliant GNU/Linux distribution.(3)
          - Linux 2.4 kernel (2.4.10 - 2.4.27),
          - Linux 2.6 kernel (2.6.3 - 2.6.39), or
          - Linux 3.x kernel (3.0 - 3.14);
          - glibc2 or better.
          - GNU groff (for man pages).(4)
          - GNU texinfo (for info files).
          - GNU bison and flex (for config programs).
          - net-snmp (for SNMP agents).(5)
          - GNU gcj and classpath (for Java modules).
          - swig (for Java, Tcl, Perl and Ruby interfaces).

The following will meet most additional prerequisites for a CentOS/RHEL
5.5 build host:

     #> yum install bzip2 chkconfig coreutils createrepo doxygen \
             gcc-java ghostscript gjdoc glibc gnupg gnuplot \
             groff gzip ImageMagick kernel-devel latex2html \
             libgcj lsof module-init-tools rpm rpm-build tetex \
             tetex-dvips tetex-latex transfig xz xz-lzma-compat \
             zip

The following will meet most additional prerequisites for a CentOS/RHEL
6.0 build host:

     #> yum install bzip2 chkconfig coreutils createrepo doxygen \
     	gcc-java ghostscript glibc gnuplot groff gzip ImageMagick \
     	java-1.6.0-openjdk-devel java-1.6.0-openjdk-javadoc \
     	kabi-whitelists kernel kernel-devel latex2html libgcj \
     	libgcj-devel lsof module-init-tools net-snmp-devel \
     	perl-devel rpm rpm-build tcl-devel texlive texlive-dvips \
     	texlive-latex texlive-utils transfig xz zip

The following will meet most additional prerequisites for a SuSE Linux
Enterprise 11 build host:

     #> zypper install aaa_base bzip2 coreutils createrepo doxygen \
             fastjar gcc43-gij gcc-java ghostscript-library gjdoc \
             glibc gnuplot gpg2 groff gzip ImageMagick inst-source-utils \
             kernel-default-devel latex2html lsof module-init-tools \
             rpm texlive texlive-latex transfig zip

The following will meet most additional prerequisites for a Debian 6.0
build host:

     #> apt-get install apt-utils bzip2 coreutils createrepo doxygen \
             dpkg dpkg-dev fastjar gcj-jdk gcj-jre-headless ghostscript \
             gnupg gnuplot-nox gnuplot-x11 groff groff-base gzip \
             imagemagick insserv latex2html libc-bin lsof lzma \
             module-init-tools rpm texlive-binaries texlive-font-utils \
             texlive-latex-base transfig xz-utils zip

The package builds and installs kernel modules.  When configuring and
building the package, it is necessary to have the kernel development
package installed.  For the following distributions, use the following
commands:

     Ubuntu:  $> apt-get install linux-headers
     Debian:  $> apt-get install kernel-headers
     Fedora:  $> yum install kernel-devel
     CentOS:  $> yum install kernel-devel

You also need the same version of 'gcc(1)' compiler with which the
kernel was built.  If it is not the default, add 'CC=kgcc' on the line
after './configure', for example:

     $> ../openss7-1.1.8.20150301/configure CC='gcc-3.4'

The package builds and installs SNMP agents.  When configuring and
building the package, it is necessary to have the net-snmp development
packages installed.  For the following distributions, use the following
commands:

     Ubuntu:  $> apt-get install libsnmp libsnmp-perl snmp snmpd \
                     lm-sensors libsnmp-dev libsnmp9-dev libsensors-dev
     Debian:  $> apt-get install libsnmp libsnmp-perl snmp snmpd \
                     lm-sensors libsnmp-dev libsnmp9-dev libsensors-dev
     Fedora:  $> yum install net-snmp net-snmp-perl net-snmp-utils \
                     lm_sensors net-snmp-devel lm_sensors-devel
     CentOS:  $> yum install net-snmp net-snmp-perl net-snmp-utils \
                     lm_sensors net-snmp-devel lm_sensors-devel

The package builds and installs Java archives and compiled Java.  When
configuring and building the package, it is necessary to have the GNU
GCJ Java Compiler front-end and GNU Classpath archives installed.  For
the following distributions, use the following commands:

     Ubuntu:  $> apt-get install gcj
     Debian:  $> apt-get install gcj
     Fedora:  $> yum install gcc-java
     CendOS:  $> yum install gcc-java

Installation
------------

The following commands will download, configure, build, check, install,
validate, uninstall and remove the package:

     $> wget http://www.openss7.org/tarballs/openss7-1.1.8.20150301.tar.xz
     $> tar -xJvf openss7-1.1.8.20150301.tar.xz
     $> mkdir build
     $> pushd build
     $> ../openss7-1.1.8.20150301/configure --enable-autotest --enable-silent-rules
     $> make V=0
     $> make check
     $> sudo make install
     $> sudo make installcheck
     $> sudo make uninstall
     $> popd
     $> sudo rm -rf build
     $> rm -rf openss7-1.1.8.20150301
     $> rm -f openss7-1.1.8.20150301.tar.xz

If you have problems, try building with the logging targets instead.  If
the make of a logging target fails, an automatic problem report will be
generated that can be mailed to The OpenSS7 Project
<bugs@openss7.org>.(6)  Installation steps using the logging targets
proceed as follows:

     $> wget http://www.openss7.org/tarballs/openss7-1.1.8.20150301.tar.xz
     $> tar -xJvf openss7-1.1.8.20150301.tar.xz
     $> mkdir build
     $> pushd build
     $> ../openss7-1.1.8.20150301/configure --enable-autotest --enable-silent-rules
     $> make V=1 compile.log
     $> make check.log
     $> sudo make install.log
     $> sudo make installcheck.log
     $> sudo make uninstall.log
     $> popd
     $> sudo rm -rf build
     $> rm -rf openss7-1.1.8.20150301
     $> rm -f openss7-1.1.8.20150301.tar.xz

See 'README-make' for additional specialized make targets.

For custom applications, see the 'INSTALL' and 'INSTALL-openss7' files
or the see *note Installation::, as listed below.  If you encounter
troubles, see *note Troubleshooting::, before issuing a bug report.

Brief Installation Instructions
-------------------------------

The OpenSS7 package is available from the downloads area of The OpenSS7
Project website (http://www.openss7.org/download.html) using a command
such as:

     $> wget http://www.openss7.org/tarballs/openss7-1.1.8.20150301.tar.xz

Unpack the tarball using a command such as:

     $> tar -xJvf openss7-1.1.8.20150301.tar.xz

The tarball will unpack into the relative subdirectory named after the
package name: openss7-1.1.8.20150301.

The package builds using the GNU 'autoconf' utilities and the
'configure' script.  To build the package, we recommend using a separate
'build' directory as follows:

     $> mkdir build
     $> cd build
     $> ../openss7-1.1.8.20150301/configure

In general, the package configures and builds without adding any special
options to the 'configure' script.  For general options to the
'configure' script, see the GNU 'INSTALL' file in the distribution:

     $> less ../openss7-1.1.8.20150301/INSTALL

For specific options to the 'configure' script, see the
'INSTALL-openss7' file in the distribution, or simply execute the
configure script with the '--help' option like so:

     $> ../openss7-1.1.8.20150301/configure --help

After configuring the package, the package can be compiled simply by
issuing the 'make' command:

     $> make V=0

Some specialized makefile targets exists, see the 'README-make' file in
the distribution or simply invoke the 'help' target like so:

     $> make help | less

After successfully building the package, the package can be checked by
invoking the 'check' make target like so:

     $> make check

After successfully checking the package, the package can be installed by
invoking the 'install' make target (as root) like so:

     $> sudo make install

The 'info' documentation is automatically installed; however, the text,
html and pdf documentation must be installed separately like so:

     $> sudo make install-txt
     $> sudo make install-html
     $> sudo make install-pdf

The test suites that ship with the package can be invoked after the
package has been installed by invoking the 'installcheck' target.  This
target can either be invoked as root, or as a normal user, like so:

     $> make installcheck

(Note: you must add the '--enable-autotest' flag to 'configure', above
for the test suites to be invoked with 'make installcheck'.)

The package can be cleanly removed (including installed documentation)
by invoking the 'uninstall' target (as root):

     $> sudo make uninstall

Then the build directory and tarball can be simply removed:

     $> cd ..
     $> rm -rf build
     $> rm -rf openss7-1.1.8.20150301
     $> rm -f openss7-1.1.8.20150301.tar.xz

Detailed Installation Instructions
----------------------------------

More detailed installation instructions can be found in the *note
Installation::, contained in the distribution in 'text', 'info', 'html'
and 'pdf' formats:

     $> cd ../openss7-1.1.8.20150301
     $> less doc/manual/openss7.txt
     $> lynx doc/manual/openss7.html
     $> info doc/manual/openss7.info
     $> xpdf doc/manual/openss7.pdf

The 'text' version of the manual is always available in the 'MANUAL'
file in the release.

The current manual is also always available online from 'The OpenSS7
Project' website at:

     $> lynx http://www.openss7.org/openss7_manual.html

   ---------- Footnotes ----------

   (1) With the exception of Linux Native Sockets SCTP, these packages
can be obtained from the projects or companies that originated them.

   (2) Note that the apt-transport-https package must be installed for
the openss7 repositories to function correctly.  Try 'sudo aptitude
install apt-transport-https'.

   (3) See *note GNU/Linux Distributions::, for more information.

   (4) If you are using a Debian release, please make sure to install
the groff extension package ('groff_ext'), as it contains the 'refer' or
'grefer' commands necessary for including references in the manual
pages.

   (5) A wide range of net-snmp releases are supported, from UCD-SNMP
4.2.5 through net-snmp 5.7.2.

   (6) Please see *note Problem Reports::, or the file 'PROBLEMS' in the
release directory for more information on filing a proper "Problem
Report".

-----

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 Copyright (c) 1997-2001  Brian Bidulock  <bidulock@openss7.org>

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