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Old 07-12-2005, 03:09 AM   #1
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Openswan NAT-T patch conflicts with RedHat 2.4.21 kernel

is there anyone who could add "openswan-2.3.1.kernel-2.4-natt.patch.gz" into standart RedHat 2.4.21-* kernel? Currently I've tried 2.4.21-4 but there are too many combinations with kernel versions and openswan nat-t patch versions. Main problem is the linux-2.4.21-ipsec.patch patch coming with source rpm and openswan patch's tries to add same structures/functions into kernel --causing compilation errors-. Any help will be appreciated.

Old 07-14-2005, 09:17 AM   #2
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After digging some mail archives; found the following:

Not tried, but writer is a Openswan developer and it should be true that RedHat EL kernels to include nat-t patch already. Hope helps to someone.


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