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# Openswan pathnames and other master configuration
# Copyright (C) 2001, 2002 Henry Spencer.
# Copyright (C) 2003-2006 Xelerance Corporation
#
# This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it
# under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the
# Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or (at your
# option) any later version. See <http://www.fsf.org/copyleft/gpl.txt>.
#
# This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but
# WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY
# or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License
# for more details.
#
#
# TODO: Some creative ifeq ($(BUILDENV,xxx) to automatically determine
# where we are building on and disable things (eg KLIPS on OSX)
# Doc: man make
# Doc: http://www.gnu.org/software/make/manual/make.html
#
# If there is a "local" makfile include it, else ignore:
-include ${OPENSWANSRCDIR}/Makefile.inc.local
# Variables in this file with names starting with INC_ are not for use
# by Makefiles which include it; they are subject to change without warning.
#
# "Final" and "finally" refer to where the files will end up on the
# running IPsec system, as opposed to where they get installed by our
# Makefiles. (The two are different for cross-compiles and the like,
# where our Makefiles are not the end of the installation process.)
# Paths with FINAL in their names are the only ones that the installed
# software itself depends on. (Very few things should know about the
# FINAL paths; think twice and consult Henry before making something new
# depend on them.) All other paths are install targets.
# See also DESTDIR, below.
### boilerplate, do not change, various scripts use extended BASH syntax!
SHELL=/bin/bash
export SHELL
.PHONY: programs checkprograms clean
### install pathnames
# DESTDIR can be used to supply a prefix to all install targets.
# (Note that "final" pathnames, signifying where files will eventually
# reside rather than where install puts them, are exempt from this.)
# The prefixing is done in this file, so as to have central control over
# it; DESTDIR itself should never appear in any other Makefile.
DESTDIR?=
# "local" part of tree, used in building other pathnames
INC_USRLOCAL=/usr/local
# PUBDIR is where the "ipsec" command goes; beware, many things define PATH
# settings which are assumed to include it (or at least, to include *some*
# copy of the "ipsec" command).
PUBDIR=$(DESTDIR)$(INC_USRLOCAL)/sbin
# BINDIR is where sub-commands get put, FINALBINDIR is where the "ipsec"
# command will look for them when it is run. Also called LIBEXECDIR.
FINALLIBEXECDIR?=$(INC_USRLOCAL)/libexec/ipsec
LIBEXECDIR=$(DESTDIR)$(FINALBINDIR)
FINALBINDIR=${FINALLIBEXECDIR}
BINDIR=${LIBEXECDIR}
# SBINDIR is where the user interface command goes.
FINALSBINDIR?=$(INC_USRLOCAL)/sbin
SBINDIR=$(DESTDIR)$(FINALSBINDIR)
# libdir is where utility files go
FINALLIBDIR?=$(INC_USRLOCAL)/lib/ipsec
LIBDIR=$(DESTDIR)$(FINALLIBDIR)
# where the appropriate manpage tree is located
# location within INC_USRLOCAL
INC_MANDIR=man
# the full pathname
MANTREE=$(DESTDIR)$(INC_USRLOCAL)/$(INC_MANDIR)
# all relevant subdirectories of MANTREE
MANPLACES=man3 man5 man8
# where configuration files go
FINALCONFFILE?=/etc/ipsec.conf
CONFFILE?=$(DESTDIR)$(FINALCONFFILE)
FINALCONFDIR?=/etc
CONFDIR?=$(DESTDIR)$(FINALCONFDIR)
FINALCONFDDIR?=${FINALCONFDIR}/ipsec.d
CONFDDIR?=$(DESTDIR)$(FINALCONFDDIR)
# sample configuration files go into
INC_DOCDIR?=share/doc
FINALEXAMPLECONFDIR?=${INC_USRLOCAL}/${INC_DOCDIR}/openswan
EXAMPLECONFDIR?=${DESTDIR}${FINALEXAMPLECONFDIR}
FINALDOCDIR?=${INC_USRLOCAL}/${INC_DOCDIR}/openswan
DOCDIR=${DESTDIR}${FINALDOCDIR}
# where per-conn pluto logs go
FINALVARDIR?=/var
VARDIR?=${DESTDIR}${FINALVARDIR}
FINALLOGDIR?=${FINALVARDIR}/log
LOGDIR?=${DESTDIR}${FINALLOGDIR}
# An attempt is made to automatically figure out where boot/shutdown scripts
# will finally go: the first directory in INC_RCDIRS which exists gets them.
# If none of those exists (or INC_RCDIRS is empty), INC_RCDEFAULT gets them.
# With a non-null DESTDIR, INC_RCDEFAULT will be used unless one of the
# INC_RCDIRS directories has been pre-created under DESTDIR.
INC_RCDIRS?=/etc/rc.d/init.d /etc/rc.d /etc/init.d /sbin/init.d
INC_RCDEFAULT?=/etc/rc.d/init.d
# RCDIR is where boot/shutdown scripts go; FINALRCDIR is where they think
# will finally be (so utils/Makefile can create a symlink in BINDIR to the
# place where the boot/shutdown script will finally be, rather than the
# place where it is installed).
FINALRCDIR?=$(shell for d in $(INC_RCDIRS) ; \
do if test -d $(DESTDIR)/$$d ; \
then echo $$d ; exit 0 ; \
fi ; done ; echo $(INC_RCDEFAULT) )
RCDIR?=$(DESTDIR)$(FINALRCDIR)
### kernel pathnames
# Kernel location: where patches are inserted, where kernel builds are done.
# this is a hack using the wildcard to look for existence of a file/dir
ifneq ($(wildcard /usr/src/linux-2.6),)
KERNELSRC?=/usr/src/linux-2.6
else
ifneq ($(wildcard /usr/src/linux-2.4),)
KERNELSRC?=/usr/src/linux-2.4
else
KERNELSRC?=/lib/modules/$(shell uname -r)/build
endif
endif
# where kernel configuration outputs are located
KCFILE=$(KERNELSRC)/.config
ACFILE=$(KERNELSRC)/include/linux/autoconf.h
VERFILE=$(KERNELSRC)/include/linux/version.h
# where KLIPS kernel module is install
OSMOD_DESTDIR?=net/ipsec
# What command to use to load the modules. openwrt does not have modprobe
MODPROBE?=modprobe -q
### misc installation stuff
# what program to use when installing things
INSTALL=install
# flags to the install program, for programs, manpages, and config files
# -b has install make backups (n.b., unlinks original), --suffix controls
# how backup names are composed.
# Note that the install procedures will never overwrite an existing config
# file, which is why -b is not specified for them.
INSTBINFLAGS=-b --suffix=.old
INSTSUIDFLAGS=--mode=u+rxs,g+rx,o+rx --group=root -b --suffix=.old
INSTMANFLAGS=
INSTCONFFLAGS=
# For OSX use
#INSTBINFLAGS=-b -B .old
#INSTSUIDFLAGS=--mode=u+rxs,g+rx,o+rx --group=root -b -B .old
# flags for bison, overrode in packages/default/foo
BISONOSFLAGS=
### misc configuration, included here in hopes that other files will not
### have to be changed for common customizations.
# XXX THESE are now pretty much STOCK, and should get rolled back into CFLAGS and LDFLAGS.
# USER* should be empty for end users/vendors to use
# extra compile flags, for userland and kernel stuff, e.g. -g for debug info
# you can add to this in the defaults file using +=
# -DGCC_LINT uses gcc-specific declarations to improve compile-time diagnostics.
# -DCOMPILER_HAS_NO_PRINTF_LIKE if your old compiler gives you errors with PRINTF_LIKE(x)
#Example for a cross compile:
#USERCOMPILE?=-g ${PORTDEFINE} -I/usr/local/arm_tools/arm-elf/inc -L/usr/local/arm_tools/lib/gcc-lib
GCC_LINT ?= -DGCC_LINT
USERCOMPILE?=-g -O3 -fPIE -fstack-protector --param=ssp-buffer-size=4 -Wformat -Wformat-security -Werror=format-security -U_FORTIFY_SOURCE -D_FORTIFY_SOURCE=2 ${WERROR} $(GCC_LINT) ${USERCOMPILEEXTRA}
# on fedora/rhel
#USERCOMPILE?=-g -O2 -g -pipe -Wall -Wp,-U_FORTIFY_SOURCE -D_FORTIFY_SOURCE=2 -fexceptions -fstack-protector --param=ssp-buffer-size=4 -m64 -mtune=generic -fPIE -pie -DSUPPORT_BROKEN_ANDROID_ICS
KLIPSCOMPILE=-O2 -fPIE -fstack-protector --param=ssp-buffer-size=4 -Wformat -Wformat-security -Werror=format-security -U_FORTIFY_SOURCE -D_FORTIFY_SOURCE=2 -DCONFIG_KLIPS_ALG -DDISABLE_UDP_CHECKSUM
# Additional debugging for developers (warning: can crash openswan!)
#USERCOMPILE?=-g -DLEAK_DETECTIVE ${LIBEFENCE}
# You can also run this before starting openswan on glibc systems:
#export MALLOC_PERTURB_=$(($RANDOM % 255 + 1))
# extra link flags
USERLINK?=-Wl,-Bsymbolic-functions -fPIE -pie -Wl,-z,relro -Wl,-z,now ${USERLINKEXTRA}
# on fedora/rhel
#USERLINK=-g -pie
PORTINCLUDE?=
# command used to link/copy KLIPS into kernel source tree
# There are good reasons why this is "ln -s"; only people like distribution
# builders should ever change it.
KLIPSLINK=ln -s -f
# extra options for use in kernel build
KERNMAKEOPTS=
# kernel Makefile targets to be done before build
# Can be overridden if you are *sure* your kernel doesn't need them. (2.2.xx
# and later reportedly do not.)
KERNDEP=dep
KERNCLEAN=clean
# kernel make name: zImage for 2.0.xx, bzImage for 2.2.xx and later, and
# boot on non-x86s (what ever happened to standards?)
INC_B=$(shell test -d $(DIRIN22) && echo b)
KERNEL=$(shell if expr " `uname -m`" : ' i.86' >/dev/null ; \
then echo $(INC_B)zImage ; \
else echo boot ; \
fi)
# look for XMLTO command
XMLTO?=$(shell which xmlto | grep / | head -n1)
# look for POD2MAN command
POD2MAN?=$(shell which pod2man | grep / | head -n1)
#
# default number of bits for ipsec newhostkey
#
RSAKEYBITS:=2192
# temporary directory to be used when building RPMs, and where to put the
# resulting RPM tree
RPMKERNDIR := $(shell echo `pwd`/tmp.rpmkernel)
RPMTMPDIR := $(shell echo `pwd`/tmp.rpmbuild)
RPMDEST := $(shell echo `pwd`/rpms)
# Newer versions of RPM do not permit building of packages with the "rpm"
# command. For RedHat systems with older version of RPM, use:
# RPMBUILD=rpm
# instead.
RPMBUILD=rpmbuild
### paths to resources on the host system
#
# Set this to a RedHat kernel-sources RPM. This normally extracts into
# /usr/src/linux-2.4, but you might have extracted it elsewhere with
# rpm2cpio.
# Note: there is no kernel-source rpm anymore for Fedora. Either run
# rpmbuild -bp on the kernel src.rpm and grab the tree from
# /usr/src/redhat/BUILD/ or use something like the example below using the
# module directory.
# note: there is now a kernel-devel rpm.
#RH_KERNELSRC?=/usr/src/linux-2.4
RH_KERNELSRC?=/lib/modules/2.6.9-1.681_FC3/build
#RH_KERNELSRC=/c2/kernel/rh/linux-2.4.9-13
## build environment variations
##
#
# USE_ variables determine if features are compiled into Openswan.
# these let you turn on/off specific features
# HAVE_ variables let you tell Openswan what system related libraries
# you may or maynot have
# Do we want all the configuration files like ipsec.conf and ipsec.secrets
# and any certificates to be in a single directory defined by
# FINALCONFDDIR?
USE_SINGLE_CONF_DIR?=false
# whether or not to include ipsec policy code into pluto. This allows non-root
# users to query pluto for certain information without having full whack access
# to make modifications. This was used in 2003 to convey DNSSEC status information
# to other applications / webserver cgi. See further lib/libipsecpolicy/
USE_IPSECPOLICY?=false
# Build ikeping (a utility for testing IKE daemons) in the distribution
USE_IKEPING?=true
# Build support for KEY RR
# this will become false in the future, as all OE sites transition to
# using IPSECKEY instead of KEY records. See references to 'Flag Day'
# Except this to change in Q1 2011
USE_KEYRR?=true
# Build support for Linux 2.4 and 2.6 KLIPS kernel level IPsec support
# for pluto
USE_KLIPS?=true
# Build support for 2.6 KLIPS/MAST variation in pluto
USE_MAST?=true
# MAST requires KLIPS
ifeq ($(USE_MAST),true)
USE_KLIPS=true
endif
# MAST is generally a prerequisite for SAREF support in applications
USE_SAREF_KERNEL?=false
# Build support for Linux NETKEY (XFRM) kernel level IPsec support for
# pluto (aka "native", "kame")
USE_NETKEY?=true
# KLIPS needs PFKEYv2, but sometimes we want PFKEY without KLIPS
# Note: NETLINK does not use PFKEY, but it does share some code,
# so it is required for NETKEY as well.
ifeq ($(USE_KLIPS),true)
USE_PFKEYv2=true
else
ifeq ($(USE_NETKEY),true)
USE_PFKEYv2=true
endif
endif
# include support for BSD/KAME IPsec in pluto (on *BSD and OSX)
USE_BSDKAME?=false
ifeq ($(USE_BSDKAME),true)
USE_NETKEY=false
USE_KLIPS=false
endif
# Build support for sending Openswan Vendor IDs
USE_VENDORID?=true
# Build aggressive mode authentication system code - both Server and Client.
# This was off by default, since aggressive mode leads to denial of service
# attacks.
USE_AGGRESSIVE?=true
# Build XAUTH authentication system code - both Server and Client.
# XAUTH is tricky, and you can get into security trouble unless you
# do additional configuration - but it is often needed for Cisco interop
USE_XAUTH?=true
# When doing XAUTH, include PAM support as well, requires HAVE_THREADS be
# true as well
USE_XAUTHPAM?=false
ifeq ($(USE_XAUTHPAM),true)
HAVE_THREADS=true
endif
# Support for integrity check for binaries (requires USE_LIBNSS and fipscheck-devel)
USE_FIPSCHECK?=false
# Support for NSS crypto library (does not requires HAVE_THREADS)
# USE_LIBNSS uses pthreads by default.
USE_LIBNSS?=false
ifeq ($(USE_FIPSCHECK),true)
USE_LIBNSS?=true
endif
#Enable Labeled IPSec Functionality (requires SElinux)
USE_LABELED_IPSEC?=false
# Support for LIBCAP-NG to drop unneeded capabilities for the pluto daemon
USE_LIBCAP_NG?=false
# Support for Network Manager
USE_NM?=true
# Support for MODP groups described in RFC 5114
USE_MODP_RFC5114?=true
# whether to support NAT Traversal (aka NAT-T)
USE_NAT_TRAVERSAL?=true
# where to support NAT-T in transport mode (needed for Win2K NAT-T Interop)
USE_NAT_TRAVERSAL_TRANSPORT_MODE?=true
# Include LDAP support (currently used for fetching CRLs)
USE_LDAP?=false
# Include libcurl support (currently used for fetching CRLs)
USE_LIBCURL?=false
# should we include all manner of known to be broken/weak?
# use this only if you are building some kind of a testing
# device. Normal use does not need any of this.
USE_WEAKSTUFF?=false
# Build algorithms that don't even encrypt (also must set WEAKSTUFF)
# unless you are doing negative testing, turning this on is foolish.
USE_NOCRYPTO?=false
# should we include additional (strong) algorithms? It adds a measureable
# amount of code space to pluto, and many of the algorithms have not had
# the same scrutiny that AES and 3DES have received, but offers possibilities
# of switching away from AES/3DES quickly.
USE_EXTRACRYPTO?=false
# Do we want to limit the number of ipsec connections artificially
USE_IPSEC_CONNECTION_LIMIT?=false
IPSEC_CONNECTION_LIMIT?=250
# Do we have pthreads available? Only yes if you need it for XAUTH+PAM,
# or if you need it for CRL fetching.
# Note: USE_LIBNSS by default uses pthreads, enabling it here will only
# affect it for XAUTH+PAM, and CRL.
HAVE_THREADS?=false
# Do we have an external stats daemon we can push state changes to?
# Currently hardcoded to /bin/openswan-statsd
HAVE_STATSD?=false
# Do we have Openssl libraries available for BIGNUM support?
# Required of HAVE_OCF support
HAVE_OPENSSL?=false
# Userland (IKE) Open Cryptographic Framework support (hw crypto offload)
# For Kernel level OCF support, enable CONFIG_KLIPS_OCF on a kernel that
# has support for OCF (inline or module)
HAVE_OCF?=false
ifeq ($(HAVE_OCF),true)
HAVE_OPENSSL=true
endif
# Whether or not to include TaProoM (TCL Pluto Mix) into pluto.
# you need at least swig 1.3.24, as well as tcl libraries and includes
USE_TAPROOM?=false
# Whether to use LEAK_DETECTIVE to find memory leaks.
# disabled for now as it causes some pfree()s due to bad code
USE_LEAK_DETECTIVE?=false
# Use dmalloc. Requires USE_LEAK_DETECTIVE
USE_DMALLOC?=false
ifeq ($(USE_DMALLOC),true)
USE_LEAK_DETECTIVE=true
endif
# For Angstrom linux with broken popen() set to true. See bug #1067
HAVE_BROKEN_POPEN?=false
# For systems with no fork (uclibc nommu)
HAVE_NO_FORK?=false
NONINTCONFIG=oldconfig
# Should we build with object directories?
# (not really a code option, but a build option)
# by default we will start using object directories.
ifeq ($(USE_OBJDIR),)
USE_OBJDIR?=true
endif
# supply kernel-configuration ARCH defaults
ifeq ($(ARCH),)
ARCH := $(shell uname -m)
endif
# always sanitize $(ARCH)
ARCH := $(shell echo $(ARCH) | sed -e s/i.86/i386/ -e s/sun4u/sparc64/ -e s/arm.*/arm/ -e s/sa110/arm/ -e 's/ //g')
ifeq ($(OSDEP),)
OSDEP:=$(shell uname -s | tr 'A-Z' 'a-z')
endif
-include ${OPENSWANSRCDIR}/Makefile.ver
# make sure we only run this once per build, its too expensive to run
# every time Makefile.inc is included
ifndef IPSECVERSION
IPSECVERSION:=$(shell ${OPENSWANSRCDIR}/packaging/utils/setlocalversion ${IPSECBASEVERSION} ${OPENSWANSRCDIR})
export IPSECVERSION
endif
# include OSDEP/ARCH specific makefiles, if any.
# OSDEP=linux,bsd,cygwin,darwin
#
# but, BUILDENV could be mingw32-linux, darwin, or mingw32, etc..
ifeq ($(BUILDENV),)
BUILDENV=$(shell uname -s | tr 'A-Z' 'a-z' | sed -e 's/\(.*\)-.*/\1/')
endif
export BUILDENV
export OSDEP
include ${OPENSWANSRCDIR}/packaging/defaults/${BUILDENV}
-include ${OPENSWANSRCDIR}/packaging/defaults/${BUILDENV}.${ARCH}
# On MAC OSX , we have to use YACC and not BISON. And use different backup
# file suffix.
ifeq ($(BUILDENV),"darwin")
USE_YACC?=true
INSTBINFLAGS=-D -b -B .old
INSTSUIDFLAGS=--mode=u+rxs,g+rx,o+rx --group=root -b -B .old
endif
ifeq ($(USE_OBJDIR),true)
OBJDIR?=OBJ.${BUILDENV}.${ARCH}
OBJDIRTOP?=${OPENSWANSRCDIR}/${OBJDIR}
else
# where to place the object files which are built
OBJDIR?=.
OBJDIRTOP?=${OPENSWANSRCDIR}
endif
#
# Paranoia says to export these just to sure:
export OBJDIR
export OBJDIRTOP
# sometimes efence not available.
LIBEFENCE?=-lefence
ifeq (${LIBEFENCE},)
HAVE_EFENCE=
else
HAVE_EFENCE=-DHAVE_EFENCE
endif
### paths within the source tree
KLIPSINC=${OPENSWANSRCDIR}/linux/include
KLIPSSRCDIR=${OPENSWANSRCDIR}/linux/net/ipsec
#KLIPSSRCDIR=/mara1/git/klips/net/ipsec
LIBOPENSWANDIR=${OPENSWANSRCDIR}/lib/libopenswan
LIBOPENSWAN=${OBJDIRTOP}/lib/libopenswan/libopenswan.a
OPENSWANLIB=${LIBOPENSWAN}
LIBPLUTO=${OBJDIRTOP}/lib/libpluto/libpluto.a
PLUTOLIB=${LIBPLUTO}
LIBOSWLOG=${OBJDIRTOP}/lib/liboswlog/liboswlog.a
LIBOSWKEYS=${OBJDIRTOP}/lib/liboswkeys/liboswkeys.a
LIBBSDPFKEY=${OBJDIRTOP}/lib/libbsdpfkey/libbsdpfkey.a
# point at your libgmp.a if you don't have a system one.
LIBGMP?=-lgmp
ISCARCH?=unix
ISCHOSTARCH?=unix
LIBDESSRCDIR=${OPENSWANSRCDIR}/linux/crypto/ciphers/des
LIBDESLITE:=${OBJDIRTOP}/lib/libcrypto/libdes/libdes.a
LIBOSWCRYPTO=${OBJDIRTOP}/lib/libcrypto/liboswcrypto/liboswcrypto.a
LIBAES=${OBJDIRTOP}/lib/libcrypto/libaes/libaes.a
LIBMD5=${OBJDIRTOP}/lib/libcrypto/libmd5/libmd5.a
LIBMD2=${OBJDIRTOP}/lib/libcrypto/libmd2/libmd2.a
LIBSHA1=${OBJDIRTOP}/lib/libcrypto/libsha1/libsha1.a
LIBBLOWFISH=${OBJDIRTOP}/lib/libcrypto/libblowfish/libblowfish.a
LIBTWOFISH=${OBJDIRTOP}/lib/libcrypto/libtwofish/libtwofish.a
LIBSERPENT=${OBJDIRTOP}/lib/libcrypto/libserpent/libserpent.a
LIBSHA2=${OBJDIRTOP}/lib/libcrypto/libsha2/libsha2.a
CRYPTOLIBS= ${LIBOSWCRYPTO}
CRYPTOLIBS+=${LIBAES} ${LIBSHA1} ${LIBMD5} ${LIBMD2} ${LIBDESLITE} ${LIBSHA2}
ifeq ($(USE_EXTRACRYPTO),true)
CRYPTOLIBS+= ${LIBSERPENT} ${LIBTWOFISH} ${LIBBLOWFISH}
endif
ifeq ($(HAVE_OCF),true)
CRYPTOLIBS += -lcrypto
endif
# Use LIBNSS
ifeq ($(USE_LIBNSS),true)
NSS_HDRDIRS= $(shell nspr-config --cflags) $(shell nss-config --cflags)
NSS_FLAGS=-DHAVE_LIBNSS
NSS_LIBS=$(shell nspr-config --libs) $(shell nss-config --libs) -lpthread
NSS_LIBTOKEN=-libnss
ifeq ($(USE_FIPSCHECK),true)
FIPS_FLAGS =-DFIPS_CHECK
FIPS_LIBS = -lfipscheck
FIPS_HDRDIRS=
else
FIPS_FLAGS =
FIPS_LIBS =
FIPS_HDRDIRS=
endif
else
NSS_LIBTOKEN=
NSS_HDRDIRS=
NSS_FLAGS=
NSS_LIBS=
endif
LIBPOLICYDIR=${OPENSWANSRCDIR}/linux/lib/libipsecpolicy
POLICYLIB=${OBJDIRTOP}/lib/libipsecpolicy/libipsecpolicy.a
LIBWHACK=${OBJDIRTOP}/lib/libwhack/libwhack.a
WHACKLIB=${LIBWHACK}
LIBIPSECCONF=${OBJDIRTOP}/lib/libipsecconf/libipsecconf.a
# for testing
TESTUTILS=${OPENSWANSRCDIR}/tests/utils
# set this to "ulimit -c unlimited" if you want core dumps from unit tests.
COREULIMIT?=/bin/true
# export everything so that scripts can use them.
export LIBOPENSWANDIR OPENSWANSRCDIR ARCH PORTINCLUDE
export LIBOPENSWANDIR LIBOPENSWAN LIBOSWLOG LIBPLUTO LIBOSWKEYS PLUTOLIB
export ISCARCH ISCHOSTARCH LIBDESSRCDIR LIBDESLITE LIBAES
export LIBMD5 LIBMD2 LIBSHA1 LIBBLOWFISH LIBTWOFISH LIBSERPENT
export LIBSHA2 CRYPTOLIBS LIBPOLICYDIR POLICYLIB WHACKLIB LIBIPSECCONF
export LIBOSWCRYPTO LIBGMP
#KERNELBUILDMFLAGS=--debug=biv V=1
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