Request for porting "SoftEther VPN"
spankthespam at gmail.com
Fri Jan 17 10:25:42 UTC 2014
I've almost the port ready, but I am just struggling with decision wether I
want to write patches for it, or not. The software is quite badly written,
and it expects a certain data file to exist... in the same directory as the
binaries. Normally, I'd install binaries to /usr/local/bin, but in this
case that'd require the file living in there, what's a mess I dont want to
create. The solution is to either install it in /usr/local/softether or to
patch it so that the data file could go to lib - I am undecided yet, as the
first solution is so linux'y and second requires rewriting piece of their
On Fri, Jan 17, 2014 at 9:43 AM, Tommy Scheunemann <net at arrishq.net> wrote:
> Hello @list,
> I'm about to work on getting it ported, just in case so nothing gets done
> On Mon, 13 Jan 2014, Гуляев Гоша wrote:
> Hi friends!
>> It is a very interesting VPN solution, and some days ago it going
>> So maybe someone will port it to FreeBSD?
>> Official site: http://www.softether.org/
>> Instructions for build on UNIX-like systems: http://www.softether.org/5-
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