|author||Harald Welte <email@example.com>||2002-08-02 12:54:19 +0000|
|committer||Harald Welte <firstname.lastname@example.org>||2002-08-02 12:54:19 +0000|
update INSTALL file to reflect seperation of patch-o-matic
Diffstat (limited to 'INSTALL')
1 files changed, 3 insertions, 32 deletions
@@ -1,11 +1,9 @@
FOLLOW THESE STEPS:
0) There may be some outstanding bugfixes or tweaks which are not yet
- in the official kernel. To look through these, do:
- % make pending-patches KERNEL_DIR=<<where-you-built-your-kernel>>
- Please note that you have to recompile your kernel and your kernel modules
- after this step of kernel patching.
+ in the official kernel. Those are now (as of iptables-1.2.7) kept
+ in a seperate package, called patch-o-matic. It is available from
1) Next, make the package.
% make KERNEL_DIR=<<where-you-built-your-kernel>>
@@ -19,33 +17,6 @@ and associated development man pages, with:
-1) The netfilter core team is maintaining a set of extensions / new
- features which are not yet committed to the mainstream kernel tree.
-They are a collection of maybe-broken maybe-cool third-party extensions.
-Please note that you cannot apply any combination of any of those patches.
-Some of them are incompatible...
-This is why we provide two ways of applying them:
-If you want to try some extensions, and be sure that they don't break each
-other, you can do the following:
- % make most-of-pom KERNEL_DIR=<<where-you-built-your-kernel>>
-It will modify you kernel source (so back it up first!). You will have
-to recompile / rebuild your kernel and modules.
-Alternatively, if you really know what your are doing, you can use the
-following command in order to offer you the full list of choices. Be aware
-that we don't prevent you from shooting yourself in the foot.
- % make patch-o-matic KERNEL_DIR=<<where-you-built-your-kernel>>
PROBLEMS YOU MAY ENCOUNTER:
1) This package requires a 2.4.4 kernel, or above.