PERFORCE change 32822 for review
des at FreeBSD.org
Sun Jun 8 16:30:28 PDT 2003
Change 32822 by des at des.at.des.thinksec.com on 2003/06/08 16:30:10
Document the installation procedure.
Affected files ...
.. //depot/projects/openpam/INSTALL#3 edit
==== //depot/projects/openpam/INSTALL#3 (text+ko) ====
@@ -4,22 +4,44 @@
- This release of OpenPAM is targeted at FreeBSD-CURRENT, and has not
- been tested on other platforms. It should, however, build with
- little or no trouble other BSDs such as BSDI, Darwin, NetBSD or
- OpenBSD, and should not prove much of a challenge to port to other
- platforms, except for the static linking support.
+ See the release notes for a list of platforms OpenPAM has been
+ tested on.
+ You will need GNU Make and the GNU C compiler to build OpenPAM. On
+ some platforms, you may have to install these separately.
- No configuration is necessary or possible at this time.
+ Use the "configure" shell script to configure OpenPAM for your
+ system. Options include:
+ Indicates the directory where PAM modules will be installed.
+ This option should not be used if you intend to install PAM
+ modules in the system library directory.
+ Builds the sample PAM application.
+ Builds the sample PAM module.
+ A typical invocation might look like this:
+ # ./configure --with-pam-su --with-pam-unix
- Change into the top-level OpenPAM directory and run 'make'.
+ To compile OpenPAM, simply run "make" in the top-level OpenPAM
+ # make
- Change into the top-level OpenPAM directory and run 'make install'.
+ To install OpenPAM, simply run "make install" in the top-level
+ OpenPAM directory:
+ # make install
-$P4: //depot/projects/openpam/INSTALL#2 $
+$P4: //depot/projects/openpam/INSTALL#3 $
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