maybe, I should mention, that I'm a Linux newbie, but I like it and
therefore I want to move more and more things within our network to
Linux.... meanwhile, I'm able to install packages using apt-get and to
configure them after reading the relevant manuals, of course. But until
now, I never had to compile something.
I already made some tests with cipe for win32 and they convinced me to
switch from our microsoft vpn solution to this cipe thing.
My first experiences with cipe on Debain were, that there is no cipe
package in the current stable branch of Debian... therefore I tried to
directly install "cipe-common" from the testing branch using "apt-get
install cipe-common". But when I tried to start "ciped", I got the message
that this package is not compatible to my kernel (I'm running the
So it seems that I really have to compile it by myself... but how do i do
this? Can anyone here explain me, what to do... or even a compiling-HowTo
might be helpful!