Subject: Re: OpenVPN and port sharing - update
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Christos Zoulas <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 05/15/2006 16:08:49
In article <Pine.NEB.email@example.com>,
Stephen Borrill <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>Got OpenVPN 2.1_beta14 working fine from a hacked pkgsrc and tested that
>port sharing with Apache is working.
>I made the changes from der Mouse to uipc_syscalls.c to add support for
>MSG_NOSIGNAL and added the relevant line to sys/socket.h too:
>#define MSG_NOSIGNAL 0x4000 /* Do not generate SIGPIPE */
>I chose the same value as Linux which I guess may help with running under
>Linux emulation (or do we map flags anyway?). As a general point of
>cleanliness, is this the right thing to do or should the next bit (0x400)
>be chosen? FreeBSD use a different value (0x20000).
I have committed this with 0x400 in head.
>I then ran into a difference between Linux and NetBSD w.r.t. the
>CMSG_ALIGN macro. On Linux it'll return a static size based on
>sizeof(long). On NetBSD, it calls __cmsg_alignbytes() so is only known at
>runtime. OpenVPN uses it in a global char declaration, so on NetBSD it
>fails as it's unknown at compile time. I've hacked it by hand-implementing
>the Linux macros. Anyone think of a better way?
I don't know, I'll have to see the patch.
>Except for the small issues above, this shows the warnings about only
>running on Linux were bogus.