RFP: freeswan -- an IPsec implementation
On Thu, Aug 10, 2000 at 07:14:06PM +0000, Shane Wegner wrote:
> I'd like to suggest that a freeswan package be created for Debian. It is an
> implementation of the IPSEC protocol for Linux. I'm not sure if it would go
> into non-us or not as it was developed in Canada. Anyways, the website is
> at http://www.freeswan.org it anyone is interested in packaging it. It
> would probably be quite complicated though as it contains kernel patches and
As you would have known, had you bothered to spend
5 minutes with the archive, I already did most of
the packaging needed for freeswan. Currently, I
dislike their approach and have no motivation to
continue. My work can be picked up at
PS. I'm filing this RFP as a bug on WNPP, as is appropriate
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