[ATrpms-users] Re: openswan failed dependencies
pi at domaine.pw
Fri Mar 5 21:08:26 CET 2004
Axel Thimm wrote:
>FC1 is the acronym for Fedora Core 1, the consumer level successor of
>Red Hat Linux 9. It is a bit more complicated than that, but in
>general most people using RH9 for private use would use FC1 and Red
>Hat tries to persuade commercial users to move towards the Red Hat
>Enterprise Linux products (RHEL).
I thought Fedora Core 1 was only in testing mode (waiting for Core 2 and
Can I use FC1 in a production environment ?
(If I wan't to implement VPN, it's for security.)
>>>Currently you would need to patch a kernel source tree, there are no
>>>kernel rpms with NAT-T built in for RH9. I *think* the FC1 kernels are
>>>already doing NAT-T, and they usually works very well on RH9 (at least
>>>there has been noone with contrary exeprience up to now).
>>>I suggest to install kernel and openswan-kmdl from FC1 and test
>>>whether you are already with NAT-T. And please let me also know, if
>>>this was true :)
If I understood well, I download :
the kernel for my P133
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