[hipl-users] Re: Using hipl--userspace--2.6

  • From: VÃisÃnen Teemu <teemuuolevivaisanen@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: hipl-users@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Fri, 20 Jan 2006 13:21:08 +0200

2006/1/19, Miika Komu <miika@xxxxxx>:
> On Thu, 19 Jan 2006, [UTF-8] VÃisÃnen Teemu wrote:
> > Now I have patched clean kernel with  beet-patch-,
> > interfamily- and policy-sleep- patches. Do I
> > need patch_netlink_2.6.13.1?
> No, you don't need that. It is meant for the native HIP socket handler
> which is currently broken.
> > What about configuring kernels .config. Can I use
> > configurations from 2.6.11-hip or do I have to set some extra options?
> You can reuse the old configuration as it is. There are no extra options
> for BEET IPsec mode, it is turned on as default.

Now I have compiled kernel and it rebooted to it. I also configured
and compiled hipl--main--2.6. Problem is starting HIP. How is it
exactly done comparing to 'old' methods?

I tried hip daemon with
# ./hipd
It starts fine but what should I do after that. Map HITs to IPs?

Thank you for help!

-Teemu VÃisÃnen

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