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#! /bin/bash
#
# Configure
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#
# linux-wlan Open Sourc Project
#
# Copyright (C) 1999 AbsoluteValue Systems, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
# -------------------------------------------------------------------------
#
# Inquiries regarding the linux-wlan Open Source Project can be
# made directly to:
#
# AbsoluteValue Systems Inc.
# info@linux-wlan.com
# http://www.linux-wlan.com
#
# -------------------------------------------------------------------------
# TODO: Since we're dependent on configured pcmcia source, we should change
# this such that it will ask for the pcmcia source dir and then read
# all our stuff from pcmcia/config.mk. Would simplify alot of things.
# -------------------------------------------------------------------------
#
# This script adapted from the pcmcia-cs/Configure file, license statement below:
#
# pcmcia-cs/Configure 1.110 1999/06/24 17:37:36
#
# The contents of this file are subject to the Mozilla Public License
# Version 1.0 (the "License"); you may not use this file except in
# compliance with the License. You may obtain a copy of the License at
# http://www.mozilla.org/MPL/
#
# Software distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS"
# basis, WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, either express or implied. See
# the License for the specific language governing rights and
# limitations under the License.
#
# The initial developer of the Configure code is David A. Hinds
# <dhinds@hyper.stanford.edu>. Portions created by David A. Hinds
# are Copyright (C) 1998 David A. Hinds. All Rights Reserved.
#-------------------------------------------------------------------------
ECHO="/bin/echo -e "
fail ()
{
$ECHO ""
$ECHO "Configuration failed"
$ECHO ""
exit 1
}
usage () {
$ECHO "usage: Configure [-h|help|-d [filename]|-f <filename>]"
$ECHO ""
$ECHO " -h|help - display usage info"
$ECHO " -d [filename] - automated configuration with option to specify input file"
$ECHO " -f <filename> - read configuration data from file and prompt user"
exit 1
}
if [ -r config.out ]; then
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. ./config.out 2>/dev/null
else
if [ ! -r config.in ]; then
$ECHO "config.in does not exist!"
fail
fi
. ./config.in
fi
PROMPT=y
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if [ $# -gt 0 ] ; then
if [ "$1" = "-h" -o "$1" = "help" ] ; then
usage
fi
if [ "$1" = "-d" -o "$1" = "-f" ] ; then
if [ $# -gt 1 ] ; then
if [ -r $2 ]; then
. $2
else
$ECHO "$2 does not exist"
fail
fi
else
if [ "$1" = "-f" ] ; then
usage
fi
fi
if [ "$1" = "-d" ] ; then
PROMPT=n
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fi
fi
fi
arg () {
VALUE="`$ECHO X"$2" | sed -e 's/^X--[a-zA-Z_]*=//'`"
eval $1=\"$VALUE\"
}
#=======================================================================
CONFIG=config.new
CONFIG_MK=config.mk
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rm -f $CONFIG $CONFIG_MK $MODVER
cat << 'EOF' > $CONFIG
#
# Automatically generated by 'make config' -- don't edit!
#
EOF
write_bool() {
value=`eval $ECHO '$'$1`
if [ "$value" = "y" ] ; then
$ECHO "$1=y" >> $CONFIG
$ECHO "$1=y" >> $CONFIG_MK
else
$ECHO "# $1 is not defined" >> $CONFIG
$ECHO "# $1 is not defined" >> $CONFIG_MK
fi
}
write_str () {
value=`eval $ECHO '$'$1`
$ECHO "$1"=\"$value\" >> $CONFIG
$ECHO "$1=$value" >> $CONFIG_MK
}
dump_str () {
$ECHO "$1" >> $CONFIG
$ECHO "$1" >> $CONFIG_MK
}
prompt () {
eval $3=\"$2\"
if [ "$PROMPT" = "y" ] ; then
$ECHO "$1 [$2]: \c"
read tmp
if [ -n "$tmp" ] ; then eval $3=\"$tmp\" ; fi
else
$ECHO "$1 [$2]"
fi
}
ask_bool () {
default=`eval $ECHO '$'$2`
if [ ! "$default" ] ; then default=n ; fi
answer=""
while [ "$answer" != "n" -a "$answer" != "y" ] ; do
prompt "$1 (y/n)" "$default" answer
done
eval "$2=$answer"
write_bool $2
}
ask_str () {
default=`eval $ECHO '$'$2`
prompt "$1" "`$ECHO $default`" answer
eval $2=\"$answer\"
write_str $2
}
#=======================================================================
$ECHO ""
$ECHO "-------------- Linux WLAN Configuration Script -------------"
$ECHO ""
$ECHO "The default responses are correct for most users."
$ECHO ""
# Collect the kernel source tree and test for sanity
ask_str "Linux source directory" LINUX_SRC
if [ ! -f $LINUX_SRC/Makefile ] ; then
$ECHO "Linux source tree $LINUX_SRC is incomplete or missing!"
if [ -d $LINUX_SRC/include/linux ] ; then
$ECHO " The kernel header files are present, but not " \
"the full source code."
fi
$ECHO " See the HOWTO for a list of FTP sites for current" \
"kernel sources."
fail
fi
# What kernel are we compiling for?
version () {
expr $1 \* 65536 + $2 \* 256 + $3
}
$ECHO ""
for TAG in VERSION PATCHLEVEL SUBLEVEL EXTRAVERSION ; do
eval `sed -ne "/^$TAG/s/[ ]//gp" $LINUX_SRC/Makefile`
done
SRC_RELEASE=$VERSION.$PATCHLEVEL.$SUBLEVEL$EXTRAVERSION
VERSION_CODE=`version $VERSION $PATCHLEVEL $SUBLEVEL`
$ECHO "The kernel source tree is version $SRC_RELEASE."
if [ $VERSION_CODE -lt `version 2 0 0` ] ; then
$ECHO "This package requires at least a 2.0 series kernel."
fail
fi
CUR_RELEASE=`uname -r`
if [ "$SRC_RELEASE" != "$CUR_RELEASE" ] ; then
$ECHO "WARNING: the current kernel is actually version $CUR_RELEASE."
fi
if [ ! "$WLAN_TARGET_ARCH" ] ; then
BUILD_ARCH=`uname -m | sed -e 's/i.86/i386/'`
else
BUILD_ARCH=$WLAN_TARGET_ARCH
fi
# Check for consistent kernel build dates
CUR_D=`uname -v | sed -e 's/^#[0-9]* //;s/SMP //'`
CUR_D=`$ECHO $CUR_D | sed -e 's/\(:[0-9][0-9]\) .* \([12][90]\)/\1 \2/'`
$ECHO "The current kernel build date is $CUR_D."
UTS_VERSION="unknown";
if [ -f $LINUX_SRC/include/linux/compile.h ] ; then
UTS_VERSION=`grep UTS_VERSION $LINUX_SRC/include/linux/compile.h |
sed -e 's/.*"\(.*\)"/\1/'`
SRC_D=`$ECHO $UTS_VERSION | sed -e 's/^#[0-9]* //;s/SMP //'`
SRC_D=`$ECHO $SRC_D | sed -e 's/\(:[0-9][0-9]\) .* \([12][90]\)/\1 \2/'`
if [ $SRC_RELEASE = $CUR_RELEASE -a "$SRC_D" != "$CUR_D" ] ; then
$ECHO "WARNING: the source tree has a build date of $SRC_D."
if [ `date -d "$SRC_D" +%s` -gt `date -d "$CUR_D" +%s` ] ; then
$ECHO " Did you forget to install your new kernel?!?"
fi
fi
fi
$ECHO ""
# PCMCIA Source dir
if [ ! "$PCMCIA_SRC" ] ; then
PCMCIA_SRC=`/sbin/cardctl -V 2>&1 | sed -e 's/cardctl version //'`
PCMCIA_SRC=/usr/src/pcmcia-cs-$PCMCIA_SRC
fi
ask_str "pcmcia-cs source dir" PCMCIA_SRC
$ECHO ""
# Alternate target install root dir - the value of this variable
# will prefix other variables, such as modules and pcmcia directories
ask_str "Alternate target install root directory on host" TARGET_ROOT_ON_HOST
# Start looking for the destination module dir
#MODDIR=$MODULES_DIR
#if [ ! "$MODDIR" ] ; then
# if [ -d /lib/modules/preferred ] ; then
# MODDIR=/lib/modules/preferred
# else
# MODDIR=/lib/modules/$SRC_RELEASE
# fi
#else
# MODDIR=`$ECHO $MODDIR | \
# sed -e "s/[0-9]\.[0-9]\.[0-9]*\(-[A-Za-z0-9]*\)*.*/$SRC_RELEASE/"`
#fi
MODDIR=/lib/modules/$SRC_RELEASE
ask_str " Module install directory" MODDIR
TARGET_MODDIR=$TARGET_ROOT_ON_HOST$MODDIR
write_str TARGET_MODDIR
$ECHO ""
# PCMCIA script dir
ask_str "PCMCIA script directory" PCMCIA_DIR
TARGET_PCMCIA_DIR=$TARGET_ROOT_ON_HOST$PCMCIA_DIR
write_str TARGET_PCMCIA_DIR
$ECHO ""
# Just write some out (we're not prompting right now)
write_str INST_EXEDIR
TARGET_INST_EXEDIR=$TARGET_ROOT_ON_HOST$INST_EXEDIR
write_str TARGET_INST_EXEDIR
#=======================================================================
# How should the startup scripts be configured?
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SYSV_INIT=n
if [ "$PREFIX" = "" ] ; then
if [ -d /etc/rc.d/init.d -o -d /etc/init.d -o -d /sbin/init.d ] ; then
$ECHO "It looks like you have a System V init file setup."
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SYSV_INIT=n
if [ -d /etc/rc.d/init.d ] ; then
$ECHO "RC_DIR=/etc/rc.d" >> $CONFIG
$ECHO "RC_DIR=/etc/rc.d" >> $CONFIG_MK
elif [ -d /sbin/init.d ] ; then
$ECHO "RC_DIR=/sbin" >> $CONFIG
$ECHO "RC_DIR=/sbin" >> $CONFIG_MK
else
$ECHO "RC_DIR=/etc" >> $CONFIG
$ECHO "RC_DIR=/etc" >> $CONFIG_MK
fi
else
$ECHO "It looks like you have a BSD-ish init file setup."
if ! grep rc.wlan /etc/rc.d/rc.S >/dev/null ; then
$ECHO " You'll need to edit /etc/rc.d/rc.S to invoke" \
"/etc/rc.d/rc.wlan (for ISA/PCMCIA cards)"
$ECHO " so that wlan cards will be started at boot time."
fi
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SYSV_INIT=n
fi
write_bool SYSV_INIT
else
ask_bool "System V init script layout" SYSV_INIT
if [ "$SYSV_INIT" = "y" ] ; then
ask_str "Top-level directory for RC scripts" RC_DIR
fi
fi
if [ ! -x $TARGET_ROOT_ON_HOST/sbin/depmod ] ; then INSTALL_DEPMOD=n ; fi
write_bool INSTALL_DEPMOD
$ECHO ""
#=======================================================================
# Make sure our target architecture is the same as our build architecture.
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if [ ! WLAN_INSTALL_TYPE ] ; then
WLAN_INSTALL_TYPE=sta
fi
ask_str "Install drivers as station (sta) or access point (ap)?" WLAN_INSTALL_TYPE
$ECHO ""
#=======================================================================
# Make sure our target architecture is correct
WLAN_TARGET_ARCH=$BUILD_ARCH
ask_str "Target Architecture? (i386 or ppc)" WLAN_TARGET_ARCH
$ECHO ""
ask_str "Prefix for build host compiler? (rarely needed)" HOST_COMPILE
$ECHO ""
dump_str 'HOST_AS=$(HOST_COMPILE)as'
dump_str 'HOST_LD=$(HOST_COMPILE)ld'
dump_str 'HOST_CC=$(HOST_COMPILE)gcc'
dump_str 'HOST_CPP=$(HOST_CC) -E'
dump_str 'HOST_AR=$(HOST_COMPILE)ar'
dump_str 'HOST_NM=$(HOST_COMPILE)nm'
dump_str 'HOST_STRIP=$(HOST_COMPILE)strip'
dump_str 'HOST_OBJCOPY=$(HOST_COMPILE)objcopy'
dump_str 'HOST_OBJDUMP=$(HOST_COMPILE)objdump'
dump_str 'HOST_RANLIB=$(HOST_COMPILE)ranlib'
dump_str 'HOST_MAKE=make'
if [ "$CROSS_COMPILE_ENABLED" != "n" -a "$CROSS_COMPILE_ENABLED" != "y" ] ; then
CROSS_COMPILE_ENABLED=n
fi
ask_bool "Compiling with a cross compiler?" CROSS_COMPILE_ENABLED
$ECHO ""
if [ "$CROSS_COMPILE_ENABLED" = "y" ] ; then
ask_str "Prefix for cross compiler? (change if cross-compiling)" CROSS_COMPILE
$ECHO ""
else
CROSS_COMPILE=""
write_str CROSS_COMPILE
fi
dump_str 'CROSS_AS=$(CROSS_COMPILE)as'
dump_str 'CROSS_LD=$(CROSS_COMPILE)ld'
dump_str 'CROSS_CC=$(CROSS_COMPILE)gcc'
dump_str 'CROSS_CPP=$(CROSS_CC) -E'
dump_str 'CROSS_AR=$(CROSS_COMPILE)ar'
dump_str 'CROSS_NM=$(CROSS_COMPILE)nm'
dump_str 'CROSS_STRIP=$(CROSS_COMPILE)strip'
dump_str 'CROSS_OBJCOPY=$(CROSS_COMPILE)objcopy'
dump_str 'CROSS_OBJDUMP=$(CROSS_COMPILE)objdump'
dump_str 'CROSS_RANLIB=$(CROSS_COMPILE)ranlib'
dump_str 'CROSS_MAKE=make'
#=======================================================================
# Should we build for debugging?
ask_bool "Build for debugging (see doc/config.debug)" WLAN_DEBUG
$ECHO ""
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#=======================================================================
# Should we build for Kernel based PCMCIA
ask_bool "Build for Kernel PCMCIA?" WLAN_KERN_PCMCIA
$ECHO ""
#=======================================================================
mv $CONFIG config.out
$ECHO ""
$ECHO "Configuration successful."
$ECHO ""