[Olsr-users] Default build of olsrd (v0.6.6) issue
Fri Sep 20 10:30:39 CEST 2013
On 09/20/2013 10:19 AM, Thijs van Veen wrote:
> I don't know if it's a known issue, but I think it might be worth
> When building olsrd (v0.6.6) from source (git) using all defaults (make
> && make install), the txtinfo plugin is not built and installed.
> While this is not a problem in itself (it is a plugin after all), the
> default configuration file does attempt to load it (and of course fails
> because it doesn't exist).
"make" and "make install" have always only compiled and installed the
core of Olsrd.
You have to run "make build_all" and "make install_all" to get the
plugins too. As an alternative, there are make-targets for every plugin.
> It was my understanding that the idea of the default configuration was
> to allow a (new) user to run the protocol by simply inserting the
> interfaces (and possibly HNA) to be used.
> There are two ways to fix this:
> 1. default building and installing to include the txtinfo plugin;
> 2. disable the LoadPlugin block from the default configuration file.
If you want to run a minimal Olsrd setup, the "minimal" configuration
file might be the right choice anyways.
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