Alon Bar-Lev | 3 Feb 07:50 2008
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Re: OpenVPN 2.1rc6 +scb0.10

On 1/24/08, Fernando A. <fernando.arconada <at> conocimientoytecnologia.org> wrote:
> Has anybody tried OpenVPN 2.1X with scb-0.10 (pkcs11) in Windows. It
> doesnt work

I've compiled the OpenSC with compatible OpenVPN OpenSSL.
Please try it out.

http://alon.barlev.googlepages.com/opensc-mingw-openssl-0.9.7.tar.bz2

Alon.

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Matti Linnanvuori | 10 Feb 09:09 2008
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[patch] manual page tcp-queue-limit

--- openvpn.8.orig 2008-02-10 09:56:33.741203500 +0200
+++ openvpn.8 2008-02-10 10:02:45.313124500 +0200
 <at>  <at>  -2595,13 +2595,13  <at>  <at> 
 .\"*********************************************************
 .TP
 .B --tcp-queue-limit n
-Maximum number of queued TCP output packets (default=64).
+Maximum number of output packets queued before TCP (default=64).

 When OpenVPN is tunneling data from a TUN/TAP device to a
 remote client over a TCP connection, it is possible that the TUN/TAP device
 might produce data at a faster rate than the TCP connection
-can support.  When the number of queued TCP output packets reaches
-this limit for a given client connection,
+can support.  When the number of output packets queued before sending to
+the TCP socket reaches this limit for a given client connection,
 OpenVPN will start to drop outgoing packets directed
 at this client.
 .\"*********************************************************

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Angelo P. Castellani | 12 Feb 11:32 2008
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Openvpn windows binaries with NTLMv2 support

Hello,
I would like to test the NTLMv2 support by Mirek Zajic.

Is there anyone who has a binary package to test this patch ?

I've looked around for any howto to build it by myself, but seems that 
is a quite difficult task and maybe somebody already has compiled this.

Thanks in advance

Regards,
Angelo

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Mirek Zajic | 12 Feb 12:26 2008
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Re: Openvpn windows binaries with NTLMv2 support

Hello,
which OS do you use? I have some binaries so I can send them to you. 
However, I've made some modifications to it and now it seems not to work 
correctly. I can give you some older version whih should be OK. The 
older version needs testing as well, becouse it should behave exactlly 
the same way as the new (buggy) version. Those modifications were made 
only to support some big endian processors etc.
Now I don't have much time for OpenVPN developement and testing, so any 
help is welcome.

Thanks
Miroslav Zajic
NextSoft s.r.o.

Angelo P. Castellani napsal(a):
> Hello,
> I would like to test the NTLMv2 support by Mirek Zajic.
>
> Is there anyone who has a binary package to test this patch ?
>
> I've looked around for any howto to build it by myself, but seems that 
> is a quite difficult task and maybe somebody already has compiled this.
>
> Thanks in advance
>
> Regards,
> Angelo
>
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Angelo P. Castellani | 12 Feb 12:32 2008
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Re: Openvpn windows binaries with NTLMv2 support

I'm using it on Windows XP SP2.

On Linux I can compile it, on Windows using MinGW isn't so simple...

Thanks!

Angelo

Mirek Zajic ha scritto:
> Hello,
> which OS do you use? I have some binaries so I can send them to you. 
> However, I've made some modifications to it and now it seems not to 
> work correctly. I can give you some older version whih should be OK. 
> The older version needs testing as well, becouse it should behave 
> exactlly the same way as the new (buggy) version. Those modifications 
> were made only to support some big endian processors etc.
> Now I don't have much time for OpenVPN developement and testing, so 
> any help is welcome.
>
> Thanks
> Miroslav Zajic
> NextSoft s.r.o.
>
> Angelo P. Castellani napsal(a):
>> Hello,
>> I would like to test the NTLMv2 support by Mirek Zajic.
>>
>> Is there anyone who has a binary package to test this patch ?
>>
>> I've looked around for any howto to build it by myself, but seems 
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Diaa Sami | 16 Feb 18:16 2008
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Compiling OpenVPN 2.1rc7

Hi,
I was compiling OpenVPN 2.1rc7 on Windows(MinGW) and I did it
successfully after 2 days of trying.
This is a list of the issues I met, I thought I should tell you so
that you can fix or mention them at least to make building easier:
* The current latest version of PKCS11-helper(which is 1.05) doesn't
produce a DLL when compiled using MinGW, although the DLL is needed
for building OpenVPN successfully, (I just used the DLL from the
binary distribution so that the build will succeed without having to
modify the installer)
* In the compilation command, although PKCS-helper depends on OpenSSL,
it comes after it in the libraries(I had to fix this by modifying the
makefile)
* After compiling OpenSSL 0.9.7m, it's necessary to copy all files
matching incout\openssl\* to include\openssl\*
* The source tree must reside under the same drive as WINDDK(which is
hardcoded as C:\)

Regards,
Diaa Sami

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Alon Bar-Lev | 16 Feb 18:25 2008
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Re: Compiling OpenVPN 2.1rc7

I can't help you with the none standard build system of OpenVPN and
dependencies.
But I can help with the pkcs11-helper issue.

Can you please provide config.log of that build?

Alon.

On 2/16/08, Diaa Sami <diaasami <at> gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi,
> I was compiling OpenVPN 2.1rc7 on Windows(MinGW) and I did it
> successfully after 2 days of trying.
> This is a list of the issues I met, I thought I should tell you so
> that you can fix or mention them at least to make building easier:
> * The current latest version of PKCS11-helper(which is 1.05) doesn't
> produce a DLL when compiled using MinGW, although the DLL is needed
> for building OpenVPN successfully, (I just used the DLL from the
> binary distribution so that the build will succeed without having to
> modify the installer)
> * In the compilation command, although PKCS-helper depends on OpenSSL,
> it comes after it in the libraries(I had to fix this by modifying the
> makefile)
> * After compiling OpenSSL 0.9.7m, it's necessary to copy all files
> matching incout\openssl\* to include\openssl\*
> * The source tree must reside under the same drive as WINDDK(which is
> hardcoded as C:\)
>
> Regards,
> Diaa Sami
>
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Diaa Sami | 16 Feb 18:57 2008
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Re: Compiling OpenVPN 2.1rc7

Alon Bar-Lev wrote:
> I can't help you with the none standard build system of OpenVPN and
> dependencies.

Why is this a non-standard build system, I thought it was.
if it isn't then what's the standard build system for Windows?

> But I can help with the pkcs11-helper issue.
>
> Can you please provide config.log of that build?

please find it attached

Thanks
Attachment (config.log.bz2): application/x-bzip2, 15 KiB
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Alon Bar-Lev | 16 Feb 19:14 2008
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Re: Compiling OpenVPN 2.1rc7

On 2/16/08, Diaa Sami <diaasami <at> gmail.com> wrote:
> Alon Bar-Lev wrote:
> > I can't help you with the none standard build system of OpenVPN and
> > dependencies.
>
> Why is this a non-standard build system, I thought it was.
> if it isn't then what's the standard build system for Windows?

Should be one autoconf/automake for all platforms.
But James rejects this.

> > But I can help with the pkcs11-helper issue.
> >
> > Can you please provide config.log of that build?
>
> please find it attached
>

I see nothing wrong here...
Can you please remove ac_cv_type_size_t=no and --disable-static from configure?
And also end me the complete build log?

Thanks!
Alon.

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Diaa Sami | 17 Feb 00:07 2008
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Re: Compiling OpenVPN 2.1rc7

On Feb 16, 2008 8:14 PM, Alon Bar-Lev <alon.barlev <at> gmail.com> wrote:
>
> I see nothing wrong here...
> Can you please remove ac_cv_type_size_t=no and --disable-static from configure?
> And also end me the complete build log?
>

I did and here are the new config.log and build output
Attachment (config.log.bz2): application/x-bzip2, 15 KiB
Attachment (build.log.bz2): application/x-bzip2, 3250 bytes
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