Subject: Re: Building a domestic system...
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Peter Seebach <email@example.com>
Date: 02/14/2000 16:10:54
In message <20000214153433.A23776@realms.nimenees.com>, firstname.lastname@example.org writes
> I don't think that works anymore. (should it?) What works for
>me is having a /usr/src/crypto-us or crypto-intl directory. Then everything
>just happens automatically. (due to bsd.crypto.mk setting CRYPTOPATH)
Where do I get that directory? Is it the thing that used to be called
> I changed src/etc/Makefile to look at the CRYPTOPATH variable instead
>of looking for ../domestic. Unless someone objects I'll remove the
>DOMESTIC stuff from src/Makefile and add
> echo DOMESTIC is no longer used. See bsd.README and bsd.crypto.mk
> echo for more information.
Huh. I tried setting CRYPTOPATH to /usr/src/domestic, and it failed.