Commit 030d3d49 authored by Martina Ferrari's avatar Martina Ferrari

Imported Upstream version 1.60

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arp hostname ifconfig ipmaddr iptunnel netstat plipconfig rarp route slattach
version.h config.make config.status config.h nameif mii-tool
Notes on the GNU Translation Project
************************************
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get maintainers, translators and users all together, so GNU will
gradually become able to speak many native languages. A few packages
already provide native language translation for their messages.
If you found this `ABOUT-NLS' file inside a GNU distribution, you
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or using this package with messages translated.
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`intl/VERSION' file, in internationalized packages.
One advise in advance
=====================
If you want to exploit the full power of the GNU `gettext' package
you should configure it using
--with-gnu-gettext.
No existing implementation at this point provides so many useful
features (such as locale alias or message inheritance). It is also not
possible to provide this additional functionality on top of a catgets
implementation.
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functionality. So it might be a good idea to change to GNU `gettext'
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===============
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languages for which work is in progress, or about to start.
See note cs de en fr it ja nl no pt sv
\ .-------------------------------.
chess (1) | X / X |
clisp | X X X |
diffutils (2) | / . |
fileutils | . / |
flex (3) | / . |
m4 | - / - - . - |
gettext | X / X X X |
ptx | - / - - |
recode | - / - - - |
sh-utils | . / . |
sharutils | X / X X X X X |
tar | X / X - X X |
textutils | . / . |
wdiff | - - / - - |
`-------------------------------'
cs de en fr it ja nl no pt sv
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progress.
`-'
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currently available in a pretest release, or is all ready for
inclusion in the next release of this package.
`X'
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fully completed, and now distributed through an official release.
(1)
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predating GNU `gettext'. Translations are all kept on disk files,
and sources contain numbers where one normally expects strings.
(2)
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being, it uses temporary means for internationalization.
(3)
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GNU `gettext'. A convenience patch may be available separately.
If November 1995 seems to be old, you may fetch a more recent copy
of this `ABOUT-NLS' file on most GNU archive sites.
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net-tools
INSTALLING
Please read the file `README' before you start with the installation of the
net-tools.
HACKERS WAY
-----------
cd /usr/src ; tar xvzf net-tools*.tar.gz
less Makefile ; make config ; make ; make -n install ; make install
CONFIGURE
---------
First of all change into the net-tools directory.
Before you start with the Installation please have a look into the toplevel
Makefile. There are some configuration options with explanations.
To configure the compilation use "make config". The default answers should
be safe for all configurations. If you have kernel 2.2 and glibc 2.1 most
of the other options should work as well.
COMPILE
-------
To compile simply use "make".
There should be no warnings or errors.
INSTALLATION
------------
If you want to install the binaries use "make install".
This will generate backups of your old binaries. If you dont want the
backups, please use "make update" instead. To change the default permissions
and ownerships of the installed binaries and manpages edit the Makefile. You
can test the Installation with "make -n install". This will tell make: Don't
run any commands, just print them.
Bernd 'eckes' Eckenfels
<net-tools@lina.inka.de>
#
# Makefile Main Makefile for the net-tools Package
#
# NET-TOOLS A collection of programs that form the base set of the
# NET-3 Networking Distribution for the LINUX operating
# system.
#
# Version: 2001-02-13
#
# Author: Bernd Eckenfels <net-tools@lina.inka.de>
# Copyright 1995-1996 Bernd Eckenfels, Germany
#
# URLs: ftp://ftp.inka.de/pub/comp/Linux/networking/NetTools/
# ftp://ftp.linux.org.uk/pub/linux/Networking/PROGRAMS/NetTools/
# http://www.inka.de/sites/lina/linux/NetTools/index_en.html
#
# Based on: Fred N. van Kempen, <waltje@uwalt.nl.mugnet.org>
# Copyright 1988-1993 MicroWalt Corporation
#
# Modifications:
# Extensively modified from 01/21/94 onwards by
# Alan Cox <A.Cox@swansea.ac.uk>
# Copyright 1993-1994 Swansea University Computer Society
#
# Be careful!
# This Makefile doesn't describe complete dependencies for all include files.
# If you change include files you might need to do make clean.
#
# {1.20} Bernd Eckenfels: Even more modifications for the new
# package layout
# {1.21} Bernd Eckenfels: Check if config.in is newer than
# config.status
# {1.22} Bernd Eckenfels: Include ypdomainname and nisdomainame
#
# 1.3.50-BETA6 private Release
#
#960125 {1.23} Bernd Eckenfels: Peter Tobias' rewrite for
# makefile-based installation
# 1.3.50-BETA6a private Release
#
#960201 {1.24} Bernd Eckenfels: net-features.h added
#
#960201 1.3.50-BETA6b private Release
#
#960203 1.3.50-BETA6c private Release
#
#960204 1.3.50-BETA6d private Release
#
#960204 {1.25} Bernd Eckenfels: DISTRIBUTION added
#
#960205 1.3.50-BETA6e private Release
#
#960206 {1.26} Bernd Eckenfels: afrt.o removed (cleaner solution)
#
#960215 1.3.50-BETA6f Release
#
#960216 {1.30} Bernd Eckenfels: net-lib support
#960322 {1.31} Bernd Eckenfels: moveable netlib, TOPDIR
#960424 {1.32} Bernd Eckenfels: included the URLs in the Comment
#
#960514 1.31-alpha release
#
#960518 {1.33} Bernd Eckenfels: -I/usr/src/linux/include comment added
#
# This program is free software; you can redistribute it
# and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General
# Public License as published by the Free Software
# Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or (at
# your option) any later version.
#
# set the base of the Installation
# BASEDIR = /mnt
# path to the net-lib support library. Default: lib
NET_LIB_PATH = lib
NET_LIB_NAME = net-tools
PROGS := ifconfig hostname arp netstat route rarp slattach plipconfig nameif
-include config.make
ifeq ($(HAVE_IP_TOOLS),1)
PROGS += iptunnel ipmaddr
endif
ifeq ($(HAVE_MII),1)
PROGS += mii-tool
endif
# Compiler and Linker Options
# You may need to uncomment and edit these if you are using libc5 and IPv6.
COPTS = -D_GNU_SOURCE -O2 -Wall -g # -I/usr/inet6/include
ifeq ($(origin LOPTS), undefined)
LOPTS =
endif
RESLIB = # -L/usr/inet6/lib -linet6
ifeq ($(HAVE_AFDECnet),1)
DNLIB = -ldnet
endif
# -------- end of user definitions --------
MAINTAINER = Philip.Blundell@pobox.com
RELEASE = 1.60
.EXPORT_ALL_VARIABLES:
ifeq ("$(NET_LIB_PATH)","lib2")
TOPDIR = ..
else
TOPDIR := $(shell if [ "$$PWD" != "" ]; then echo $$PWD; else pwd; fi)
endif
NET_LIB = $(NET_LIB_PATH)/lib$(NET_LIB_NAME).a
CFLAGS = $(COPTS) -I. -idirafter ./include/ -I$(NET_LIB_PATH)
LDFLAGS = $(LOPTS) -L$(NET_LIB_PATH)
SUBDIRS = man/ $(NET_LIB_PATH)/
ifeq ($(origin CC), undefined)
CC = gcc
endif
LD = $(CC)
NLIB = -l$(NET_LIB_NAME)
MDEFINES = COPTS='$(COPTS)' LOPTS='$(LOPTS)' TOPDIR='$(TOPDIR)'
%.o: %.c config.h version.h intl.h net-features.h $<
$(CC) $(CFLAGS) -c $<
all: config.h version.h subdirs $(PROGS)
config: cleanconfig config.h
install: all savebin installbin installdata
update: all installbin installdata
mostlyclean:
rm -f *.o DEADJOE config.new *~ *.orig lib/*.o
clean: mostlyclean
rm -f $(PROGS)
@for i in $(SUBDIRS); do (cd $$i && $(MAKE) clean) ; done
@cd po && $(MAKE) clean
cleanconfig:
rm -f config.h
clobber: clean
rm -f $(PROGS) config.h version.h config.status config.make
@for i in $(SUBDIRS); do (cd $$i && $(MAKE) clobber) ; done
dist: clobber
@echo Creating net-tools-$(RELEASE) in ..
@tar -cvz -f ../net-tools-$(RELEASE).tar.gz -C .. net-tools
config.h: config.in Makefile
@echo "Configuring the Linux net-tools (NET-3 Base Utilities)..." ; echo
@if [ config.status -nt config.in ]; \
then ./configure.sh config.status; \
else ./configure.sh config.in; \
fi
version.h: Makefile
@echo "#define RELEASE \"net-tools $(RELEASE)\"" >version.h
$(NET_LIB): config.h version.h intl.h libdir
i18n.h: i18ndir
libdir:
@$(MAKE) -C $(NET_LIB_PATH) $(MDEFINES)
i18ndir:
@$(MAKE) -C po
subdirs:
@for i in $(SUBDIRS); do $(MAKE) -C $$i $(MDEFINES) ; done
ifconfig: $(NET_LIB) ifconfig.o
$(CC) $(LDFLAGS) -o ifconfig ifconfig.o $(NLIB) $(RESLIB)
nameif: nameif.o
$(CC) $(LDFLAGS) -o nameif nameif.o
hostname: hostname.o
$(CC) $(LDFLAGS) -o hostname hostname.o $(DNLIB)
route: $(NET_LIB) route.o
$(CC) $(LDFLAGS) -o route route.o $(NLIB) $(RESLIB)
arp: $(NET_LIB) arp.o
$(CC) $(LDFLAGS) -o arp arp.o $(NLIB) $(RESLIB)
rarp: $(NET_LIB) rarp.o
$(CC) $(LDFLAGS) -o rarp rarp.o $(NLIB)
slattach: $(NET_LIB) slattach.o
$(CC) $(LDFLAGS) -o slattach slattach.o $(NLIB)
plipconfig: $(NET_LIB) plipconfig.o
$(CC) $(LDFLAGS) -o plipconfig plipconfig.o $(NLIB)
netstat: $(NET_LIB) netstat.o statistics.o
$(CC) $(LDFLAGS) -o netstat netstat.o statistics.o $(NLIB) $(RESLIB)
iptunnel: $(NET_LIB) iptunnel.o
$(CC) $(LDFLAGS) -o iptunnel iptunnel.o $(NLIB) $(RESLIB)
ipmaddr: $(NET_LIB) ipmaddr.o
$(CC) $(LDFLAGS) -o ipmaddr ipmaddr.o $(NLIB) $(RESLIB)
mii-tool: mii-tool.o
$(CC) $(LDFLAGS) -o mii-tool mii-tool.o
installbin:
install -m 0755 -d ${BASEDIR}/sbin
install -m 0755 -d ${BASEDIR}/bin
install -m 0755 arp ${BASEDIR}/sbin
install -m 0755 hostname ${BASEDIR}/bin
install -m 0755 ifconfig ${BASEDIR}/sbin
install -m 0755 nameif ${BASEDIR}/sbin
install -m 0755 netstat ${BASEDIR}/bin
install -m 0755 plipconfig $(BASEDIR)/sbin
install -m 0755 rarp ${BASEDIR}/sbin
install -m 0755 route ${BASEDIR}/sbin
install -m 0755 slattach $(BASEDIR)/sbin
ifeq ($(HAVE_IP_TOOLS),1)
install -m 0755 ipmaddr $(BASEDIR)/sbin
install -m 0755 iptunnel $(BASEDIR)/sbin
endif
ifeq ($(HAVE_MII),1)
install -m 0755 mii-tool $(BASEDIR)/sbin
endif
ln -fs hostname $(BASEDIR)/bin/dnsdomainname
ln -fs hostname $(BASEDIR)/bin/ypdomainname
ln -fs hostname $(BASEDIR)/bin/nisdomainname
ln -fs hostname $(BASEDIR)/bin/domainname
ifeq ($(HAVE_AFDECnet),1)
ln -fs hostname $(BASEDIR)/bin/nodename
endif
savebin:
@for i in ${BASEDIR}/sbin/arp ${BASEDIR}/sbin/ifconfig \
${BASEDIR}/bin/netstat \
${BASEDIR}/sbin/rarp ${BASEDIR}/sbin/route \
${BASEDIR}/bin/hostname ${BASEDIR}/bin/ypdomainname \
${BASEDIR}/bin/dnsdomainname ${BASEDIR}/bin/nisdomainname \
${BASEDIR}/bin/domainname ; do \
[ -f $$i ] && cp -f $$i $$i.old ; done ; echo Saved.
installdata:
$(MAKE) -C man install
$(MAKE) -C po install
# End of Makefile.
README
Information about the net-tools package
NET-TOOLS A collection of programs that form the base set of the
NET-3 networking distribution for the Linux operating
system.
This package includes the important tools for controlling the network
subsystem of the Linux kernel. This includes arp, hostname, ifconfig,
netstat, rarp and route. Additionally, this package contains
utilities relating to particular network hardware types (plipconfig,
slattach) and advanced aspects of IP configuration (iptunnel,
ipmaddr).
Please include the output of "program --version" when reporting bugs.
Contents:
README This file.
README.ipv6 Notes for people hacking IPv6.
INSTALLING Installation instructions.
COPYING Your free copy of the GNU Public License.
TODO Some things that need to be done.
Notes
-----
This is net-tools 1.60.
You need kernel 2.0 or later to use these programs. These programs
should compile cleanly with both glibc (version 2.0 or 2.1) and libc5,
though support for libc5 is not well tested.
The NLS support was changed from catgets to GNU gettext by Arnaldo
Carvalho de Melo <acme@conectiva.com.br> in June, 1998, to make the
source more readable. Translations to brazilian portuguese (pt_BR),
German (de), Estonian (ee), Czech (cz) and French (fr) are available.
Others are welcome!
route/netstat -r do not yet support different address families
cleanly. IPX/DDP/AX25 people, please feel free to add the code.
ifconfig now supports changing media types for interfaces. This requires
a version 2.2 kernel, and many devices do not support it yet.
The tools now support the layout of the 2.2 kernel /proc files (Bernd
Eckenfels).
Some configuration options require kernel version 2.2 and/or
particular versions of the C library. The defaults should be safe for
all common environments but some of the more esoteric hardware and
protocol families may be more touchy. Feel free to send patches if
you have problems.
Phil Blundell
philb@gnu.org
Bernd Eckenfels
net-tools@lina.inka.de
Notes for IPv6
--------------
If you are using libc5, you may need to edit the Makefile so that
libinet6 is linked in and your IPv6 include files are found in the
right place. The definitions in question are at about line 91. You may
also find that the header files provided with inet6-apps are not exactly
what net-tools expects. This is not a bug in net-tools as such and will
not be fixed in future releases (though if anybody would like to contribute
a patch I would be happy to add a pointer to it here.) If you have the
option you might consider changing to glibc instead (see below) in which
case you can use the header files supplied with the C library.
If you use glibc, you should ensure that you have version 2.1 or later
installed. The 2.1 release is available from
<ftp://sourceware.cygnus.com/pub/glibc among> other places. With this
version of the C library there should be no need to edit the Makefile
or apply any patches to net-tools.
Version 2.0 of glibc has no support for IPv6; patches did exist at one
point but they are now seriously outdated. Instead you should upgrade
to glibc 2.1.
BUGS
----
"ifconfig eth0 add ..." does not currently auto-load the IPv6 module.
This directory contains some files that may be of use to people who want
to build a net-tools RPM.
diff -C 2 -P net-tools/config.h net-tools-new/config.h
*** net-tools/config.h Wed Dec 31 18:00:00 1969
--- net-tools-new/config.h Fri Feb 27 20:21:30 1998
***************
*** 0 ****
--- 1,40 ----
+ /*
+ * config.h Automatically generated configuration includefile
+ *
+ * NET-TOOLS A collection of programs that form the base set of the
+ * NET-3 Networking Distribution for the LINUX operating
+ * system.
+ *
+ * DO NOT EDIT DIRECTLY
+ *
+ * Version: Generated from "config.in 1.04 (96-04-24)"
+ */
+
+ /*
+ *
+ * Protocol Families.
+ *
+ */
+ #define HAVE_AFUNIX 1
+ #define HAVE_AFINET 1
+ #define HAVE_AFINET6 0
+ #define HAVE_AFIPX 1
+ #define HAVE_AFATALK 1
+ #define HAVE_AFAX25 1
+ #define HAVE_AFNETROM 1
+
+ /*
+ *
+ * Device Hardware types.
+ *
+ */
+ #define HAVE_HWETHER 1
+ #define HAVE_HWARC 1
+ #define HAVE_HWSLIP 1
+ #define HAVE_HWPPP 1
+ #define HAVE_HWTUNNEL 1
+ #define HAVE_HWTR 1
+ #define HAVE_HWAX25 1
+ #define HAVE_HWNETROM 1
+ #define HAVE_HWFR 1
+ #define HAVE_HWSIT 0
Summary: Basic Networking Tools
Name: net-tools
Version: 1.50
Release: 1
Copyright: GPL
Group: Networking/Admin
Source: http://www.tazenda.demon.co.uk/phil/net-tools/net-tools-%{version}.tar.gz
Patch0: net-tools-1.45-config.patch
BuildRoot: /var/tmp/%{name}-root
%description
This is a collection of the basic tools necessary for setting up networking
on a Linux machine. It includes ifconfig, route, netstat, rarp, and
various other tools.
%prep
%setup -q
%patch0 -p1 -b .config
%build
make
%install
rm -rf $RPM_BUILD_ROOT
mkdir -p $RPM_BUILD_ROOT/bin
mkdir -p $RPM_BUILD_ROOT/sbin
mkdir -p $RPM_BUILD_ROOT/usr/man/man1
mkdir -p $RPM_BUILD_ROOT/usr/man/man5
mkdir -p $RPM_BUILD_ROOT/usr/man/man8
make BASEDIR=$RPM_BUILD_ROOT install
( cd $RPM_BUILD_ROOT/sbin
strip arp ifconfig rarp route slattach plipconfig ipmaddr iptunnel
cd ../bin