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1# MCONFIG -- Configuration stuff for util-linux
2# Created: Sat Feb 4 15:50:30 1995
3# Copyright 1995 Rickard E. Faith (faith@cs.unc.edu)
4
5# For a user-mode install, make (at least) three changes:
6# - remove the `-o root' part in INSTALLSUID
7# - set USE_TTY_GROUP=no
8# - define DESTDIR
9
10# Select for ARCH one of intel, alpha, sparc, arm, m68k, mips
11# Select for CPU i386 if the binaries must be able to run on an intel 386
12# (by default i486 code is generated, see below)
13CPU=$(shell uname -m)
14ARCH=$(shell echo $(CPU) | sed 's/i.86/intel/;s/arm.*/arm/')
15
16# If HAVE_PAM is set to "yes", then login, chfn, chsh, and newgrp
17# will use PAM for authentication. Additionally, passwd will not be
18# installed as it is not PAM aware.
19HAVE_PAM=no
20
21# If HAVE_SHADOW is set to "yes", then login, chfn, chsh, newgrp, passwd,
22# and vipw will not be built or installed from the login-utils
23# subdirectory.
24HAVE_SHADOW=yes
25
26# If HAVE_PASSWD is set to "yes", then passwd will not be built or
27# installed from the login-utils subdirectory (but login, chfn, chsh,
28# newgrp, and vipw *will* be installed).
29HAVE_PASSWD=no
30
31# If you use chfn and chsh from this package, REQUIRE_PASSWORD will require
32# non-root users to enter the account password before updating /etc/passwd.
33REQUIRE_PASSWORD=yes
34#REQUIRE_PASSWORD=no
35
36# If you use chsh from this package, ONLY_LISTED_SHELLS will require that
37# the selected shell be listed in /etc/shells -- otherwise only a warning is
38# printed. This prevents someone from setting their shell to /bin/false.
39ONLY_LISTED_SHELLS=yes
40#ONLY_LISTED_SHELLS=no
41
42
43# If HAVE_SYSVINIT is set to "yes", then simpleinit and shutdown will not
44# be built or installed from the login-utils subdirectory. (The shutdown
45# and halt that come with the SysVinit package should be used with the init
46# found in that package.)
47HAVE_SYSVINIT=no
48
49# If HAVE_SYSVINIT_UTILS is set to "yes", then last, mesg, and wall will
50# not be built or installed from the login-utils subdirectory. (The
51# shutdown and init from the SysVinit package do not depend on the last,
52# mesg, and wall from that package.)
53HAVE_SYSVINIT_UTILS=no
54
55# If HAVE_WRITE is set to "yes", then write will not be built or
56# installed from the misc-utils subdirectory.
57# (There is a network aware write in netwrite from NetKit 0.16 or later.)
58HAVE_WRITE=no
59
60# If HAVE_GETTY is set to "yes", then agetty will not be built or
61# installed from the login-utils subdirectory. Note that agetty can
62# co-exist with other gettys, so this option should never be used.
63HAVE_GETTY=no
64
65# If USE_TTY_GROUP is set to "yes", then wall and write will be installed
66# setgid to the "tty" group, and mesg will only set the group write bit.
67# Note that this is only useful if login/xterm/etc. change the group of the
68# user's tty to "tty" [The login in util-linux does this correctly, and
69# xterm will do it correctly if X is compiled with USE_TTY_GROUP set
70# properly.]
71USE_TTY_GROUP=no
72
73# If HAVE_KILL is set to "yes", then kill will not be built or
74# installed from the misc-utils subdirectory.
75# (There is also a kill in the procps package.)
76HAVE_KILL=no
77
78# If ALLOW_VCS_USE is set to "yes", then login will chown /dev/vcsN
79# to the current user, allowing her to make a screendump and do other
80# nifty things on the console, but also allowing him to keep an open
81# file descriptor after logging out to trick the next user.
82ALLOW_VCS_USE=yes
83
84# If HAVE_RESET is set to "yes", then reset won't be installed. The version
85# of reset that comes with the ncurses package is less aggressive.
86HAVE_RESET=yes
87
88# If HAVE_SLN is set to "yes", then sln won't be installed
89# (but the man page sln.8 will be installed anyway).
90# sln also comes with libc and glibc.
91HAVE_SLN=no
92
93# If HAVE_FDUTILS is set to "yes", then setfdprm won't be installed.
94HAVE_FDUTILS=no
95
96# If SILENT_PG is set to "yes", then pg will not ring the bell
97# when an invalid key is pressed
98SILENT_PG=no
99
100# If configure decides that Native Language Support (NLS) is available,
101# it sets MAY_ENABLE_NLS in defines.h. If you don't want NLS, set
102# DISABLE_NLS to "yes".
103DISABLE_NLS=no
104
105# Different optimizations for different cpus.
106# gcc 3.0 likes options -mcpu=i486 instead of -m486
107ifeq "$(ARCH)" "intel"
108 ifeq "$(HAVE_OLD_GCC)" "yes"
109 CPUHEAD=-m
110 else
111 CPUHEAD=-mcpu=i
112 endif
113 ifeq "$(CPU)" "i386"
114 CPUTAIL=386
115 else
116 CPUTAIL=486
117 endif
118 CPUOPT= $(CPUHEAD)$(CPUTAIL)
119 OPT= -pipe -O2 $(CPUOPT) -fomit-frame-pointer
120else
121 ifeq "$(ARCH)" "arm"
122 OPT= -pipe -O2 -fsigned-char -fomit-frame-pointer
123 else
124 OPT= -O2 -fomit-frame-pointer
125 endif
126endif
127
128WARNFLAGS = -Wall -Wmissing-prototypes -Wstrict-prototypes
129
130LIB=../lib
131
132ERR_O=$(LIB)/err.o
133
134# Set HAVE_SLANG to yes if you have slang (and prefer to use that for cfdisk)
135# (If neither HAVE_NCURSES nor HAVE_SLANG is defined, cfdisk is not made.)
136# HAVE_SLANG=yes
137# There is a subdirectory /usr/include/slang containing slcurses.h
138# SLANGFLAGS=-I/usr/include/slang
139# No such subdirectory - slcurses.h lives in /usr/include
140# (no extra definition required).
141LIBSLANG=-lslang
142
143#
144# Paths used for compilation (not all are actually used, see CFLAGS below)
145#
146DEV_DIR= /dev
147ETC_DIR= /etc
148SBIN_DIR= /sbin
149USRSBIN_DIR= /usr/sbin
150USRLIB_DIR= /usr/lib
151USRBIN_DIR= /usr/bin
152USRGAMES_DIR= /usr/games
153USRSHAREMISC_DIR=/usr/share/misc
154LOCALE_DIR= /usr/share/locale
155BIN_DIR= /bin
156VAR_PATH= /var
157LOG_DIR= /var/log
158MAN_DIR= /usr/share/man
159INFO_DIR= /usr/share/info
160
161#
162# Paths used for install
163#
164DEVDIR= $(DESTDIR)$(DEV_DIR)
165ETCDIR= $(DESTDIR)$(ETC_DIR)
166SBINDIR= $(DESTDIR)$(SBIN_DIR)
167USRSBINDIR= $(DESTDIR)$(USRSBIN_DIR)
168USRLIBDIR= $(DESTDIR)$(USRLIB_DIR)
169USRBINDIR= $(DESTDIR)$(USRBIN_DIR)
170USRGAMESDIR= $(DESTDIR)$(USRGAMES_DIR)
171USRSHAREMISCDIR=$(DESTDIR)$(USRSHAREMISC_DIR)
172LOCALEDIR= $(DESTDIR)$(LOCALE_DIR)
173BINDIR= $(DESTDIR)$(BIN_DIR)
174VARPATH= $(DESTDIR)$(VAR_PATH)
175LOGDIR= $(DESTDIR)$(LOG_DIR)
176MANDIR= $(DESTDIR)$(MAN_DIR)
177MAN1DIR= $(MANDIR)/man1
178MAN3DIR= $(MANDIR)/man3
179MAN5DIR= $(MANDIR)/man5
180MAN6DIR= $(MANDIR)/man6
181MAN8DIR= $(MANDIR)/man8
182INFODIR= $(DESTDIR)$(INFO_DIR)
183
184# Directory for shutdown, halt, reboot, etc.
185SHUTDOWNDIR= $(SBINDIR)
186
187# Modes
188DIRMODE= 755
189BINMODE= 755
190MANMODE= 644
191DATMODE= 644
192INFOMODE= 644
193SUIDMODE= 4755
194
195CHMOD= chmod
196INSTALL= install
197INSTALLDIR= $(INSTALL) -d -m $(DIRMODE)
198INSTALLBIN= $(INSTALL) -m $(BINMODE)
199INSTALLMAN= $(INSTALL) -m $(MANMODE)
200INSTALLDAT= $(INSTALL) -m $(DATMODE)
201INSTALLSUID= $(INSTALL) -m $(SUIDMODE)
202
203ifeq "$(DISABLE_NLS)" "yes"
204NLSFLAGS = -DDISABLE_NLS
205endif
206
207CFLAGS := $(OPT) -I$(LIB) $(WARNFLAGS) \
208 $(CURSESFLAGS) $(SLANGFLAGS) $(NLSFLAGS) \
209 -D_FILE_OFFSET_BITS=64 \
210 -DSBINDIR=\"$(SBIN_DIR)\" \
211 -DUSRSBINDIR=\"$(USRSBIN_DIR)\" \
212 -DLOGDIR=\"$(LOG_DIR)\" \
213 -DVARPATH=\"$(VAR_PATH)\" \
214 -DLOCALEDIR=\"$(LOCALE_DIR)\" \
215 $(CFLAGS)
216
217
218%.o: %.c
219 $(CC) -c $(CFLAGS) $< -o $@
220
221%: %.cc
222 $(CXX) $(CFLAGS) $< -o $@
223