Changeset 270 in openpam


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Timestamp:
Jul 14, 2003, 11:53:57 PM (16 years ago)
Author:
Dag-Erling Smørgrav
Message:

Update the release notes and installation instructions.

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trunk
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  • trunk/INSTALL

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    88  tested on.
    99
    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.
     10  You will need the GNU autotools, GNU make and the GNU compiler suite
     11  to build OpenPAM.  On some platforms, you may have to install these
     12  separately.
    1213
    13142. CONFIGURATION
     
    2728        Builds the sample PAM module.
    2829
     30  For more information about configuration options, use the --help
     31  option.
     32
    2933  A typical invocation might look like this:
    3034
     
    33373. COMPILATION
    3438
    35   To compile OpenPAM, simply run "make" in the top-level OpenPAM
    36   directory:
     39  To compile OpenPAM, simply run "make" (or "gmake" on platforms where
     40  "make" is not GNU make) in the top-level OpenPAM directory:
    3741
    3842  # make
     
    40444. INSTALLATION
    4145
    42   To install OpenPAM, simply run "make install" in the top-level
    43   OpenPAM directory:
     46  To install OpenPAM, simply run "make install" (or "gmake install" on
     47  platforms where "make" is not GNU make) in the top-level OpenPAM
     48  directory:
    4449
    4550  # make install
    4651
    47 $P4: //depot/projects/openpam/INSTALL#3 $
     52$P4: //depot/projects/openpam/INSTALL#4 $
  • trunk/RELNOTES

    r246 r270  
    11
    2                  Release notes for OpenPAM Digitalis
    3                  ===================================
    4 
    5 This release incorporates several major changes and improvements and
    6 should be considered BETA QUALITY.
     2                  Release notes for OpenPAM Dogwood
     3                  =================================
    74
    85This release corresponds to the code used in FreeBSD-CURRENT as of the
    9 release date.  It is also known to build cleanly on NetBSD 1.6,
    10 OpenBSD 3.1, and a number of glibc-based Linux platforms (with BSD
    11 make installed).  It may or may not build on other platforms; you will
    12 need a BSD-compatible make(1) (NetBSD's make(1) is easy to port to
    13 most POSIX platforms).  Previous versions were successfully built on
    14 MacOS X 10.1, but there seem to be issues with the heavily modified
    15 version of GCC 3.1 that ships with MacOS X 10.2.
     6release date.  It has also been tested on several other platforms, and
     7is expected to work on almost any POSIX-like platform that has GNU
     8autotools, GNU make and the GNU compiler suite installed.  One notable
     9exception is MacOS X, which ships with a very weird, heavily modified
     10version of GCC.
    1611
    1712The library itself is complete.  Documentation exists in the form of
     
    3227Please direct bug reports and inquiries to des@freebsd.org.
    3328
    34 $P4: //depot/projects/openpam/RELNOTES#18 $
     29$P4: //depot/projects/openpam/RELNOTES#19 $
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