Changeset 252 in openpam


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Timestamp:
Jun 9, 2003, 1:30:10 AM (15 years ago)
Author:
Dag-Erling Smørgrav
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Document the installation procedure.

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    551. REQUIREMENTS
    66
    7   This release of OpenPAM is targeted at FreeBSD-CURRENT, and has not
    8   been tested on other platforms.  It should, however, build with
    9   little or no trouble other BSDs such as BSDI, Darwin, NetBSD or
    10   OpenBSD, and should not prove much of a challenge to port to other
    11   platforms, except for the static linking support.
     7  See the release notes for a list of platforms OpenPAM has been
     8  tested on.
     9
     10  You will need GNU Make and the GNU C compiler to build OpenPAM.  On
     11  some platforms, you may have to install these separately.
    1212
    13132. CONFIGURATION
    1414
    15   No configuration is necessary or possible at this time.
     15  Use the "configure" shell script to configure OpenPAM for your
     16  system.  Options include:
     17
     18    --with-modules-dir=DIR
     19        Indicates the directory where PAM modules will be installed.
     20        This option should not be used if you intend to install PAM
     21        modules in the system library directory.
     22
     23    --with-pam-su
     24        Builds the sample PAM application.
     25
     26    --with-pam-unix
     27        Builds the sample PAM module.
     28
     29  A typical invocation might look like this:
     30
     31  # ./configure --with-pam-su --with-pam-unix
    1632
    17333. COMPILATION
    1834
    19   Change into the top-level OpenPAM directory and run 'make'.
     35  To compile OpenPAM, simply run "make" in the top-level OpenPAM
     36  directory:
     37
     38  # make
    2039
    21404. INSTALLATION
    22  
    23   Change into the top-level OpenPAM directory and run 'make install'.
    2441
    25 $P4: //depot/projects/openpam/INSTALL#2 $
     42  To install OpenPAM, simply run "make install" in the top-level
     43  OpenPAM directory:
     44
     45  # make install
     46
     47$P4: //depot/projects/openpam/INSTALL#3 $
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