On Thu, Aug 02, 2001 at 12:25:13PM +0200, Ollivier Robert wrote:
> Now that ntpd 4.1.0 has been released (finally!), I'll upgrade current very
> The question I have is the following: authentication was done with md5 code
> builtin and I disabled DES support (not supported anymore). Now, with 4.1,
> it can be linked to openssl but it is still an optional component.
> I'm a bit reluctant to force openssl for just ntpd.
> Any ideas / comments ?
What we do for a number of other system components that can be built
with/without openssl/crypto support is to select that based on
NO_OPENSSL (and some other -- semi-redundant -- checks), and make sure
it's built twice in make release. Look at release/Makefile and the
ppp and tcpdump code to see how it's done.