On Wed, Nov 06, 2013 at 05:14:22PM +1030, William Brown wrote:
I have attached the SRPM of what I have created.
figured, that you are asking questions before actually
creating review request...
Should the ifup/ifdown script generate the tayga.conf on the fly to
say /var/run/tmp somewhere from values provided in the ifup / ifdown?
configure NAT64 in ifcfg-* files and generate tayga.conf.
That approach worked in OpenWRT ;-)
Don't forget, that it is possible to configure static V4-V6
mappings. It could be placed into /e/s/n-s/nat64-$DEVICE file or
Avoid using "REALDEVICE" variable - it is being used somewhere
You still have hardcoded "nat64" interface name in ifdown-nat64
Additionally, what I have in these scripts should really be reviewed,
I have never written them before.
I can help with that if you test it - I only have
Finally, tayga is a long running process, as such, I have enabled
hardened build. It is possible to run as an alternate user and in a
chroot of it's DB dir. What is the best way to go about adding a user
for this package for the daemon to run as?
This is described here -
Also, take a look at other packages, like qemu-common.
Sir Raorn. --- http://thousandsofhate.blogspot.com/