Re: CIPE for windows|
Michael Hayder <mic-lists-cipe,AT,wlug,DOT,de>|
Mon, 16 Dec 2002 09:35:18 +0100|
On Sun, 2002-12-15 at 00:45, Damion Wilson wrote:
> XP works but I haven't actually done it myself. Technically, any NT-based
> system should work. DOS-based Windows is out for the moment. However, if
> someone can try loading the driver under 95/98/ME or, better yet, compiling
> the driver using the Windows 98 DDK/SDK and then trying to load the result,
> then porting will get much easier. Once the driver loads and runs then
> everything else is gravy. If the driver needs real work then it could take
> month or so, is my guess. It shouldn't be a total rewrite for either the
> driver or the service.
Yes --- XP Works fine .... including with all ServicePacks available at
the moment .... we have testet cipe for XP and 2000 very heavy and there
seems no Problem exept M$ Windows.
XP is a strange thing ... many pictures and colors .. but no real
W95/98: do you know exactly with which compiler (Version) cipe could be
compiled best under windows ???? Sorry I am not a Windows man 2.
> On Friday 13 December 2002 08:21 pm, you wrote:
> > This looks like a very good solution to my IPSEC problems.
> > Unfortunately, I would want to use CIPE with windows 98.
> > Are there any plans to add win98 and/or winxp support?
> > I could also try porting it myself, but I don't know much
> > about windows driver programming. Do you have any sense of
> > how much work the porting would require? Fixing a few lines?
> > Adding some APIs? Total rewrite?
> > /Fredrik 'hubbe' Hubinette
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