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Marcel Holtmann <marcel@holtmann.org>
Denis Kenzior <denkenz@gmail.com>
Jukka Rissanen <jukka.rissanen@linux.intel.com>
Tomasz Bursztyka <tomasz.bursztyka@linux.intel.com>
Ravi kumar Veeramally <ravikumar.veeramally@linux.intel.com>
Andrzej Zaborowski <andrew.zaborowski@intel.com>
Rahul Rahul <rahul.rahul@intel.com>
Tim Kourt <tim.a.kourt@linux.intel.com>
Daniel Wagner <daniel.wagner@bmw-carit.de>
Markus Ongyerth <iwd@ongy.net>
Matías Zúñiga <matias.nicolas.zc@gmail.com>
James Prestwood <james.prestwood@linux.intel.com>
John Zimmermann <johnz@posteo.net>
Antonio Quartulli <a@unstable.cc>
Andreas Henriksson <andreas@fatal.se>
Jordan Glover <Golden_Miller83@protonmail.ch>
Eduardo Abinader <eduardoabinader@gmail.com>
Matthias Schoepfer <matthias.schoepfer@ithinx.io>
Will Dietz <w@wdtz.org>
Henrik Stokseth <hstokset@users.sourceforge.net>
Pinghao Wu <xdavidwuph@gmail.com>
Rosen Penev <rosenp@gmail.com>
Diego Santa Cruz <Diego.SantaCruz@spinetix.com>
Alvin Šipraga <alsi@bang-olufsen.dk>
Daniel DE ALMEIDA BRAGA <daniel.de-almeida-braga@irisa.fr>
Ard Biesheuvel <ardb@kernel.org>
Mathy Vanhoef <Mathy.Vanhoef@kuleuven.be>
Jonathan Liu <net147@gmail.com>
Daniel Lin <ephemient@gmail.com>

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modify it under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public
License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either
version 2.1 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
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Also add information on how to contact you by electronic and paper mail.
You should also get your employer (if you work as a programmer) or your
school, if any, to sign a "copyright disclaimer" for the library, if
necessary. Here is a sample; alter the names:
Yoyodyne, Inc., hereby disclaims all copyright interest in the
library `Frob' (a library for tweaking knobs) written by James Random Hacker.
<signature of Ty Coon>, 1 April 1990
Ty Coon, President of Vice
That's all there is to it!

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ChangeLog

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ver 1.13:
Fix issue with EAPoL protocol version 2010 handling.
Fix issue with authenticator method logic handling.
Fix issue with getting scan results from firmware.
Add support for handling SAE offload connections.
Add support for roaming with FullMAC devices.
ver 1.12:
Fix issue with handling retry roaming without higher RSSI.
Fix issue with WPA3, OWE and FILS authentication handling.
Fix issue with handling locally generated deauth frames.
Fix issue with quick scanning and connect interaction.
Add support for diagnostic D-Bus interfaces.
ver 1.11:
Add support for ACD client for static configuration.
Add support for intelligent scan of all frequencies.
ver 1.10:
Add support for DHCP v6 configuration.
Add support for DHCP server operation with AP mode.
Add support for IP allocation during the 4-Way Handshake.
Add support for P2P Group-owner handling.
ver 1.9:
Fix issue with WPA3 connections in transition mode.
Fix issue with handling roaming attempt failures.
Add support for radio management work queue.
Add support P2P service manager interface.
Add support for WiFi Display client API.
ver 1.8:
Fix issue with handling FT AKMs when not supported.
Fix issue with handling FILS and RSNE in authenticate.
Fix issue with handling auto-connection and quick scan.
Fix issue with sending multiple scan requests.
Add support for P2P feature and API.
ver 1.7:
Fix issue with APs that send IGTK falsely in big endian.
Fix issue with setting linkmode & operstate for open networks.
ver 1.6:
Fix issue with handling missing AP stop events.
Fix issue with handling out-of-order disconnect events.
Fix issue with handling missing auth/assoc support.
Fix issue with handling omitted EAP-TLS-CACert.
Fix issue with handling OWE PTK derivation.
Add support for internal frame exchange API.
Add support for MAC randomization and override.
Add support for per-network MAC addresses.
ver 1.5:
Fix issue with handling missing NEW_WIPHY events.
Fix issue with interface creation and NEW_WIPHY events.
Fix issue with handling LastConnectedTime property change.
Fix issue with PEAPv0 interoperability with Windows.
ver 1.4:
Fix issue with handling Crypto-Binding and invalid MACs.
Fix issue with handling change station error results.
Fix issue with handling DNS resolving installations.
ver 1.3:
Fix issue with handling EAP-GTC and password requests.
Fix issue with handling Crypto-Binding TLV for PEAPv0.
Fix issue with handling key installation and PEAP Phase 2.
Fix issue with handling externally triggered scan requests.
Fix issue with handling RCPI calculation for RRM requests.
ver 1.2:
Fix issue with handling scan requests while connecting.
Fix issue with handling scan duration for RRM requests.
Fix issue with handling parent TSF value for RRM requests.
ver 1.1:
Fix issue with simple configuration support checks.
Fix issue with handling TLS tunnel and PEAPv0.
Add support for radio resource management.
ver 1.0:
Add support for stable D-Bus interfaces.
Add support for network configuration documentation.
ver 0.23:
Fix issue with strict certificate chain checks.
Fix issue with parsing RSNE_ADVANCE information.
Fix issue with parsing RSN information for WPA1.
Fix issue with logic error in scan frequency validation.
Fix issue with integer overflow and authentication frames.
Add support for installing various manual pages.
ver 0.22:
Fix issue with hotplug and device capability detection.
Add support for IPv6 network configuration handling.
Add support for embedding certificates in profiles.
ver 0.21:
Fix issue with cleartext ACK and tunneled EAP-Success.
Fix issue with setting bits in extended capabilities.
Fix issue with WPA-1 information element parsing.
Add support for handling QoS Map IE and frames.
Add support for STATE_DIRECTORY environment.
Add support for CONFIGURATION_DIRECTORY environment.
ver 0.20:
Add support for adding Extended Capabilities bits.
Add support for ServerDomainMask configuration option.
ver 0.19:
Add support for Hotspot 2.0 functionality.
Add support for FILS Fast Transition feature.
Add support for network configuration handling.
Add support for resolution services framework.
ver 0.18:
Fix issue with handling stale scan results.
Fix issue with handling OWE group renegotiation.
Fix issue with handshake failures on FT-PSK.
Add support for FILS (Fast Initial Link Setup).
ver 0.17:
Fix issue with handling association failure path.
Fix issue with handling checks for valid ECC point/scalar.
Fix issue with handling potential infinite loop and SAE.
Fix issue with handling randomization for passive scans.
Add support for randomization of SN for probe requests.
Add support for handling the FILS cipher suites.
Add support for ERP key caching feature.
ver 0.16:
Add missing pkcs8.conf for module loading.
ver 0.15:
Fix issue with handling RSSI thresholds.
Fix issue with handling abort for a connection.
Fix issue with stopping Access Point operation.
Add support for individual BSS blacklisting.
Add support for utilizing MAC randomization.
Add support for utilizing different key lengths.
Add support for 16, 24 and 32 byte MIC lengths.
Add support for handling driver rekying feature.
ver 0.14:
Add support for tunneled MSCHAPv2 authentication.
ver 0.13:
Fix issue with WSC interface runtime handling.
Add support for Opportunistic Wireless Encryption.
Add support for common EAP-TLS framework.
ver 0.12:
Fix issue with handling 802.1x automatic connection.
Fix issue with handling missing support for backtrace.
ver 0.11:
Fix issue with handling EAP-TTLS and redundant L flags.
Fix issue with handling EAP-TLS upper limit on request size.
Fix issue with handling handshake complete after setting keys.
Fix issue with handling access points with too many rates.
Fix issue with requiring PSK if passphrase is present.
Add support for retrieving list of hidden access points.
Add support for tunneled MS-CHAP.
ver 0.10:
Fix issue with Ethernet authentication packet handling.
Fix issue with ad-hoc network scan results in station mode.
Fix issue with cancellation of ongoing rekey offload.
Add support for setting per-mac GTK credentials.
Add support for using external Embedded Linux library.
ver 0.9:
Fix issue with handling EAP-WSC passwords.
Add support for TTLS-CHAP and TTLS-PAP.
Add support for handling FT over SAE.
ver 0.8:
Fix issue with handling EAP_CACHE_NEVER secret types.
Fix issue with redundant usage of the L flag and PEAP.
Fix issue with EAP type 33 as termination mechanism for PEAPv1.
Add initial version of Ethernet authentication daemon.
Add support for Station mode interface.
ver 0.7:
Fix issue with hard coded peer address and SAE networks.
Fix issue with raw passphrase requirement and SAE networks.
Fix issue with differentiating authenticator and supplicant.
Fix issue with timestamps comparison of known networks.
Fix issue with handling cancellation of power callbacks.
Fix issue with honoring auto-connect setting on power up.
Fix issue with crash during operstate callbacks.
ver 0.6:
Fix issue with syncing the PSK on first connection.
Fix issue with unnecessary known object removal events.
ver 0.5:
Fix issue with EAPoL handling and Ad-Hoc networks.
Add support for using agent with EAP-GTC methods.
Add support for improved Known Networks management.
Add support for Simultaneous Authentication of Equals.
Add support for exposing supported modes of operation.
Add support for D-Bus auto-activation via systemd.
ver 0.4:
Fix issue with handling all zero PMKID.
Fix issue with handling PEAP servers and M bit requirement.
Fix issue with handling MS-CHAP v2 and uninitialized memory.
Fix issue with handling memory leak and aborting connections.
Fix issue with handling memory leak and PSK configuration.
Fix issue with handling not yet running D-Bus daemon.
Add support for advanced scanning of hidden networks.
Add support for MAC address randomization.
Add support for Ad-Hoc network interface.
Add support for Access Point interface.
ver 0.3:
Fix issue with auto-connect settings for open networks.
Fix issue with handling beacon loss in roaming situations.
Fix issue with handling bridged wireless network interfaces.
Fix issue with handling EAP identity prompt or notification.
Fix issue with handling EAP state reset and reauthentication.
Add support for user specified hidden network connections.
Add support for configuring WDS / 4ADDR operation.
ver 0.2:
Fix issue with unsupported bands from roam scan frequency set.
Fix issue with handling disconnect by AP and by SME events.
Fix issue with string start calculation for MS-CHAP v2.
Add workaround for 0 oper class in neighbor report.
Add support for EAPoL over NL80211 kernel feature.
Add support for EAP-PWD authentication method.
Add support for EAP-GTC authentication method.
Add support for agent functionality to client.
ver 0.1:
Initial public release.

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Installation Instructions
*************************
Copyright (C) 1994, 1995, 1996, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2004, 2005 Free
Software Foundation, Inc.
This file is free documentation; the Free Software Foundation gives
unlimited permission to copy, distribute and modify it.
Basic Installation
==================
These are generic installation instructions.
The `configure' shell script attempts to guess correct values for
various system-dependent variables used during compilation. It uses
those values to create a `Makefile' in each directory of the package.
It may also create one or more `.h' files containing system-dependent
definitions. Finally, it creates a shell script `config.status' that
you can run in the future to recreate the current configuration, and a
file `config.log' containing compiler output (useful mainly for
debugging `configure').
It can also use an optional file (typically called `config.cache'
and enabled with `--cache-file=config.cache' or simply `-C') that saves
the results of its tests to speed up reconfiguring. (Caching is
disabled by default to prevent problems with accidental use of stale
cache files.)
If you need to do unusual things to compile the package, please try
to figure out how `configure' could check whether to do them, and mail
diffs or instructions to the address given in the `README' so they can
be considered for the next release. If you are using the cache, and at
some point `config.cache' contains results you don't want to keep, you
may remove or edit it.
The file `configure.ac' (or `configure.in') is used to create
`configure' by a program called `autoconf'. You only need
`configure.ac' if you want to change it or regenerate `configure' using
a newer version of `autoconf'.
The simplest way to compile this package is:
1. `cd' to the directory containing the package's source code and type
`./configure' to configure the package for your system. If you're
using `csh' on an old version of System V, you might need to type
`sh ./configure' instead to prevent `csh' from trying to execute
`configure' itself.
Running `configure' takes awhile. While running, it prints some
messages telling which features it is checking for.
2. Type `make' to compile the package.
3. Optionally, type `make check' to run any self-tests that come with
the package.
4. Type `make install' to install the programs and any data files and
documentation.
5. You can remove the program binaries and object files from the
source code directory by typing `make clean'. To also remove the
files that `configure' created (so you can compile the package for
a different kind of computer), type `make distclean'. There is
also a `make maintainer-clean' target, but that is intended mainly
for the package's developers. If you use it, you may have to get
all sorts of other programs in order to regenerate files that came
with the distribution.
Compilers and Options
=====================
Some systems require unusual options for compilation or linking that the
`configure' script does not know about. Run `./configure --help' for
details on some of the pertinent environment variables.
You can give `configure' initial values for configuration parameters
by setting variables in the command line or in the environment. Here
is an example:
./configure CC=c89 CFLAGS=-O2 LIBS=-lposix
*Note Defining Variables::, for more details.
Compiling For Multiple Architectures
====================================
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supports the `VPATH' variable, such as GNU `make'. `cd' to the
directory where you want the object files and executables to go and run
the `configure' script. `configure' automatically checks for the
source code in the directory that `configure' is in and in `..'.
If you have to use a `make' that does not support the `VPATH'
variable, you have to compile the package for one architecture at a
time in the source code directory. After you have installed the
package for one architecture, use `make distclean' before reconfiguring
for another architecture.
Installation Names
==================
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package recognizes.
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`--x-libraries=DIR' to specify their locations.
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==========================
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but needs to determine by the type of machine the package will run on.
Usually, assuming the package is built to be run on the _same_
architectures, `configure' can figure that out, but if it prints a
message saying it cannot guess the machine type, give it the
`--build=TYPE' option. TYPE can either be a short name for the system
type, such as `sun4', or a canonical name which has the form:
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where SYSTEM can have one of these forms:
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`config.sub' isn't included in this package, then this package doesn't
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use the `--target=TYPE' option to select the type of system they will
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"host" platform (i.e., that on which the generated programs will
eventually be run) with `--host=TYPE'.
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================
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values for variables like `CC', `cache_file', and `prefix'.
`configure' looks for `PREFIX/share/config.site' if it exists, then
`PREFIX/etc/config.site' if it exists. Or, you can set the
`CONFIG_SITE' environment variable to the location of the site script.
A warning: not all `configure' scripts look for a site script.
Defining Variables
==================
Variables not defined in a site shell script can be set in the
environment passed to `configure'. However, some packages may run
configure again during the build, and the customized values of these
variables may be lost. In order to avoid this problem, you should set
them in the `configure' command line, using `VAR=value'. For example:
./configure CC=/usr/local2/bin/gcc
causes the specified `gcc' to be used as the C compiler (unless it is
overridden in the site shell script). Here is a another example:
/bin/bash ./configure CONFIG_SHELL=/bin/bash
Here the `CONFIG_SHELL=/bin/bash' operand causes subsequent
configuration-related scripts to be executed by `/bin/bash'.
`configure' Invocation
======================
`configure' recognizes the following options to control how it operates.
`--help'
`-h'
Print a summary of the options to `configure', and exit.
`--version'
`-V'
Print the version of Autoconf used to generate the `configure'
script, and exit.
`--cache-file=FILE'
Enable the cache: use and save the results of the tests in FILE,
traditionally `config.cache'. FILE defaults to `/dev/null' to
disable caching.
`--config-cache'
`-C'
Alias for `--cache-file=config.cache'.
`--quiet'
`--silent'
`-q'
Do not print messages saying which checks are being made. To
suppress all normal output, redirect it to `/dev/null' (any error
messages will still be shown).
`--srcdir=DIR'
Look for the package's source code in directory DIR. Usually
`configure' can determine that directory automatically.
`configure' also accepts some other, not widely useful, options. Run
`configure --help' for more details.

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Makefile.am

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AM_MAKEFLAGS = --no-print-directory
ACLOCAL_AMFLAGS = -I build-aux
builtin_modules =
builtin_sources =
if EXTERNAL_ELL
ell_cflags = @ELL_CFLAGS@
ell_ldadd = @ELL_LIBS@
ell_dependencies =
ell_built_sources = ell/shared
else
ell_cflags =
ell_ldadd = ell/libell-internal.la
ell_dependencies = $(ell_ldadd)
ell_built_sources = ell/shared ell/internal ell/ell.h
noinst_LTLIBRARIES = ell/libell-internal.la
ell_headers = ell/util.h \
ell/test.h \
ell/strv.h \
ell/utf8.h \
ell/queue.h \
ell/hashmap.h \
ell/string.h \
ell/settings.h \
ell/main.h \
ell/idle.h \
ell/signal.h \
ell/timeout.h \
ell/io.h \
ell/ringbuf.h \
ell/log.h \
ell/checksum.h \
ell/netlink.h \
ell/genl.h \
ell/dbus.h \
ell/rtnl.h \
ell/dbus-service.h \
ell/dbus-client.h \
ell/hwdb.h \
ell/cipher.h \
ell/random.h \
ell/uintset.h \
ell/base64.h \
ell/pem.h \
ell/tls.h \
ell/uuid.h \
ell/key.h \
ell/file.h \
ell/dir.h \
ell/net.h \
ell/dhcp.h \
ell/cert.h \
ell/ecc.h \
ell/ecdh.h \
ell/time.h \
ell/path.h \
ell/icmp6.h \
ell/dhcp6.h \
ell/acd.h
ell_sources = ell/private.h \
ell/missing.h \
ell/util.c \
ell/test.c \
ell/strv.c \
ell/utf8.c \
ell/queue.c \
ell/hashmap.c \
ell/string.c \
ell/settings.c \
ell/main-private.h \
ell/main.c \
ell/idle.c \
ell/signal.c \
ell/timeout.c \
ell/io.c \
ell/ringbuf.c \
ell/log.c \
ell/checksum.c \
ell/netlink-private.h \
ell/netlink.c \
ell/genl.c \
ell/rtnl.c \
ell/dbus-private.h \
ell/dbus.c \
ell/dbus-message.c \
ell/dbus-util.c \
ell/dbus-service.c \
ell/dbus-client.c \
ell/dbus-name-cache.c \
ell/dbus-filter.c \
ell/gvariant-private.h \
ell/gvariant-util.c \
ell/siphash-private.h \
ell/siphash.c \
ell/hwdb.c \
ell/cipher.c \
ell/random.c \
ell/uintset.c \
ell/base64.c \
ell/asn1-private.h \
ell/pem.c \
ell/pem-private.h \
ell/tls-private.h \
ell/tls.c \
ell/tls-record.c \
ell/tls-suites.c \
ell/tls-extensions.c \
ell/uuid.c \
ell/key.c \
ell/file.c \
ell/dir.c \
ell/net-private.h \
ell/net.c \
ell/dhcp-private.h \
ell/dhcp.c \
ell/dhcp-transport.c \
ell/dhcp-lease.c \
ell/dhcp-util.c \
ell/dhcp-server.c \
ell/cert-private.h \
ell/cert.c \
ell/cert-crypto.c \
ell/ecc-external.c \
ell/ecc-private.h \
ell/ecc.c \
ell/ecdh.c \
ell/time.c \
ell/time-private.h \
ell/path.c \
ell/dhcp6.c \
ell/dhcp6-private.h \
ell/icmp6.c \
ell/icmp6-private.h \
ell/dhcp6-lease.c \
ell/dhcp6-transport.c \
ell/acd.c
ell_shared = ell/useful.h
ell_libell_internal_la_SOURCES = $(ell_headers) $(ell_sources) $(ell_shared)
endif
bin_PROGRAMS =
libexec_PROGRAMS =
noinst_PROGRAMS =
if DBUS_POLICY
dbus_datadir = @DBUS_DATADIR@/dbus-1/system.d
dist_dbus_data_DATA =
endif
if SYSTEMD_SERVICE
systemd_unitdir = @SYSTEMD_UNITDIR@
systemd_unit_DATA =
dbus_busdir = @DBUS_BUSDIR@
dbus_bus_DATA =
systemd_networkdir = @SYSTEMD_NETWORKDIR@
systemd_network_DATA =
systemd_modloaddir = @SYSTEMD_MODLOADDIR@
systemd_modload_DATA = src/pkcs8.conf
endif
if MANUAL_PAGES
man_MANS =
endif
manual_pages = src/iwd.8 src/iwd.debug.7 src/iwd.config.5 src/iwd.network.5 \
src/iwd.ap.5 client/iwctl.1 monitor/iwmon.1 wired/ead.8 \
tools/hwsim.1
eap_sources = src/eap.c src/eap.h src/eap-private.h \
src/eap-md5.c \
src/eap-tls.c \
src/eap-ttls.c \
src/eap-mschapv2.c src/eap-mschapv2.h \
src/eap-sim.c \
src/eap-aka.c \
src/eap-peap.c \
src/eap-gtc.c \
src/eap-pwd.c \
src/util.h src/util.c \
src/crypto.h src/crypto.c \
src/simutil.h src/simutil.c \
src/simauth.h src/simauth.c \
src/watchlist.h src/watchlist.c \
src/eap-tls-common.h src/eap-tls-common.c \
src/mschaputil.h src/mschaputil.c
if DAEMON
libexec_PROGRAMS += src/iwd
src_iwd_SOURCES = src/main.c linux/nl80211.h src/iwd.h src/missing.h \
src/netdev.h src/netdev.c \
src/wiphy.h src/wiphy.c \
src/device.c \
src/station.h src/station.c \
src/ie.h src/ie.c \
src/dbus.h src/dbus.c \
src/mpdu.h src/mpdu.c \
src/eapol.h src/eapol.c \
src/eapolutil.h src/eapolutil.c \
src/handshake.h src/handshake.c \
src/scan.h src/scan.c \
src/common.h src/common.c \
src/agent.h src/agent.c \
src/storage.h src/storage.c \
src/network.h src/network.c \
src/wsc.h src/wsc.c \
src/backtrace.h src/backtrace.c \
src/knownnetworks.h \
src/knownnetworks.c \
src/rfkill.h src/rfkill.c \
src/ft.h src/ft.c \
src/ap.h src/ap.c src/adhoc.c \
src/sae.h src/sae.c \
src/nl80211util.h src/nl80211util.c \
src/nl80211cmd.h src/nl80211cmd.c \
src/owe.h src/owe.c \
src/blacklist.h src/blacklist.c \
src/manager.c \
src/erp.h src/erp.c \
src/fils.h src/fils.c \
src/auth-proto.h \
src/anqp.h src/anqp.c \
src/anqputil.h src/anqputil.c \
src/netconfig.h src/netconfig.c\
src/resolve.h src/resolve.c\
src/hotspot.c \
src/p2p.h src/p2p.c \
src/p2putil.h src/p2putil.c \
src/module.h src/module.c \
src/rrm.c \
src/frame-xchg.h src/frame-xchg.c \
src/eap-wsc.c src/eap-wsc.h \
src/wscutil.h src/wscutil.c \
src/diagnostic.h src/diagnostic.c \
$(eap_sources) \
$(builtin_sources)
src_iwd_LDADD = $(ell_ldadd) -ldl
src_iwd_DEPENDENCIES = $(ell_dependencies)
if OFONO
builtin_modules += ofono
builtin_sources += src/ofono.c
endif
if DBUS_POLICY
dist_dbus_data_DATA += src/iwd-dbus.conf
endif
if SYSTEMD_SERVICE
src_iwd_DEPENDENCIES += src/iwd.service
systemd_unit_DATA += src/iwd.service
dbus_bus_DATA += src/net.connman.iwd.service
systemd_network_DATA += src/80-iwd.link
endif
if MANUAL_PAGES
man_MANS += src/iwd.8 src/iwd.debug.7 src/iwd.config.5 src/iwd.network.5 \
src/iwd.ap.5
endif
endif
if CLIENT
bin_PROGRAMS += client/iwctl
client_iwctl_SOURCES = client/main.c \
client/adapter.c \
client/agent.h client/agent.c \
client/agent-manager.h client/agent-manager.c \
client/ad-hoc.c \
client/ap.c \
client/command.h client/command.c \
client/dbus-proxy.h client/dbus-proxy.c \
client/device.h client/device.c \
client/display.h client/display.c \
client/known-networks.c \
client/network.h client/network.c \
client/properties.h client/properties.c \
client/wsc.c client/station.c \
client/diagnostic.c client/diagnostic.h
client_iwctl_LDADD = $(ell_ldadd) $(READLINE_LIBS)
if MANUAL_PAGES
man_MANS += client/iwctl.1
endif
endif
if MONITOR
bin_PROGRAMS += monitor/iwmon
monitor_iwmon_SOURCES = monitor/main.c linux/nl80211.h \
monitor/nlmon.h monitor/nlmon.c \
monitor/pcap.h monitor/pcap.c \
monitor/display.h monitor/display.c \
src/ie.h src/ie.c \
src/wscutil.h src/wscutil.c \
src/mpdu.h src/mpdu.c \
src/util.h src/util.c \
src/crypto.h src/crypto.c \
src/watchlist.h src/watchlist.c \
src/eapolutil.h src/eapolutil.c \
src/handshake.h src/handshake.c \
src/nl80211cmd.h src/nl80211cmd.c \
src/p2putil.c src/p2putil.h \
src/anqputil.h src/anqputil.c
monitor_iwmon_LDADD = $(ell_ldadd)
if MANUAL_PAGES
man_MANS += monitor/iwmon.1
endif
endif
if WIRED
libexec_PROGRAMS += wired/ead
wired_ead_SOURCES = wired/main.c wired/ethdev.h wired/ethdev.c \
wired/network.h wired/network.c \
wired/dbus.h wired/dbus.c \
src/module.h src/module.c \
$(eap_sources)
wired_ead_LDADD = $(ell_ldadd)
wired_ead_DEPENDENCIES = $(ell_dependencies)
if DBUS_POLICY
dist_dbus_data_DATA += wired/ead-dbus.conf
endif
if SYSTEMD_SERVICE
wired_ead_DEPENDENCIES += wired/ead.service
systemd_unit_DATA += wired/ead.service
dbus_bus_DATA += wired/net.connman.ead.service
endif
if MANUAL_PAGES
man_MANS += wired/ead.8
endif
endif
noinst_PROGRAMS += tools/probe-req
tools_probe_req_SOURCES = tools/probe-req.c src/mpdu.h src/mpdu.c \
src/ie.h src/ie.c \
src/nl80211util.h src/nl80211util.c \
src/util.h src/util.c \
src/common.h src/common.c
tools_probe_req_LDADD = $(ell_ldadd)
if HWSIM
bin_PROGRAMS += tools/hwsim
tools_hwsim_SOURCES = tools/hwsim.c src/mpdu.h \
src/util.h src/util.c \
src/storage.h src/storage.c \
src/common.h src/common.c
tools_hwsim_LDADD = $(ell_ldadd)
if DBUS_POLICY
dist_dbus_data_DATA += tools/hwsim-dbus.conf
endif
if MANUAL_PAGES
man_MANS += tools/hwsim.1
endif
endif
unit_tests = unit/test-cmac-aes \
unit/test-hmac-md5 unit/test-hmac-sha1 unit/test-hmac-sha256 \
unit/test-prf-sha1 unit/test-kdf-sha256 \
unit/test-crypto unit/test-eapol unit/test-mpdu \
unit/test-ie unit/test-util unit/test-ssid-security \
unit/test-arc4 unit/test-wsc unit/test-eap-mschapv2 \
unit/test-eap-sim unit/test-sae unit/test-p2p
if CLIENT
unit_tests += unit/test-client
endif
if MAINTAINER_MODE
noinst_PROGRAMS += $(unit_tests)
endif
unit_test_eap_sim_SOURCES = unit/test-eap-sim.c \
src/crypto.h src/crypto.c src/simutil.h src/simutil.c \
src/ie.h src/ie.c \
src/watchlist.h src/watchlist.c \
src/eapol.h src/eapol.c \
src/eapolutil.h src/eapolutil.c \
src/handshake.h src/handshake.c \
src/eap.h src/eap.c src/eap-private.h \
src/util.h src/util.c \
src/simauth.h src/simauth.c \
src/erp.h src/erp.c \
src/eap-sim.c
unit_test_eap_sim_LDADD = $(ell_ldadd)
unit_test_cmac_aes_SOURCES = unit/test-cmac-aes.c \
src/crypto.h src/crypto.c
unit_test_cmac_aes_LDADD = $(ell_ldadd)
unit_test_arc4_SOURCES = unit/test-arc4.c \
src/crypto.h src/crypto.c
unit_test_arc4_LDADD = $(ell_ldadd)
unit_test_hmac_md5_SOURCES = unit/test-hmac-md5.c \
src/crypto.h src/crypto.c
unit_test_hmac_md5_LDADD = $(ell_ldadd)
unit_test_hmac_sha1_SOURCES = unit/test-hmac-sha1.c \
src/crypto.h src/crypto.c
unit_test_hmac_sha1_LDADD = $(ell_ldadd)
unit_test_hmac_sha256_SOURCES = unit/test-hmac-sha256.c \
src/crypto.h src/crypto.c
unit_test_hmac_sha256_LDADD = $(ell_ldadd)
unit_test_prf_sha1_SOURCES = unit/test-prf-sha1.c \
src/crypto.h src/crypto.c
unit_test_prf_sha1_LDADD = $(ell_ldadd)
unit_test_kdf_sha256_SOURCES = unit/test-kdf-sha256.c \
src/crypto.h src/crypto.c
unit_test_kdf_sha256_LDADD = $(ell_ldadd)
unit_test_ie_SOURCES = unit/test-ie.c src/ie.h src/ie.c
unit_test_ie_LDADD = $(ell_ldadd)
unit_test_crypto_SOURCES = unit/test-crypto.c \
src/crypto.h src/crypto.c
unit_test_crypto_LDADD = $(ell_ldadd)
unit_test_mpdu_SOURCES = unit/test-mpdu.c \
src/mpdu.h src/mpdu.c \
src/ie.h src/ie.c
unit_test_mpdu_LDADD = $(ell_ldadd)
unit_test_eapol_SOURCES = unit/test-eapol.c \
src/crypto.h src/crypto.c \
src/ie.h src/ie.c \
src/watchlist.h src/watchlist.c \
src/eapol.h src/eapol.c \
src/eapolutil.h src/eapolutil.c \
src/handshake.h src/handshake.c \
src/eap.h src/eap.c src/eap-private.h \
src/eap-tls.c src/eap-ttls.c \
src/eap-md5.c src/util.c \
src/eap-tls-common.h src/eap-tls-common.c \
src/erp.h src/erp.c \
src/mschaputil.h src/mschaputil.c
unit_test_eapol_LDADD = $(ell_ldadd)
unit_test_eapol_DEPENDENCIES = $(ell_dependencies) \
unit/cert-server.pem \
unit/cert-server-key-pkcs8.pem \
unit/cert-client.pem \
unit/cert-client-key-pkcs8.pem \
unit/tls-settings.8021x
unit_test_util_SOURCES = src/util.h src/util.c \
unit/test-util.c
unit_test_util_LDADD = $(ell_ldadd)
unit_test_ssid_security_SOURCES = unit/test-ssid-security.c src/ie.h src/ie.c \
src/common.h src/common.c
unit_test_ssid_security_LDADD = $(ell_ldadd)
unit_test_wsc_SOURCES = unit/test-wsc.c src/wscutil.h src/wscutil.c \
src/crypto.h src/crypto.c \
src/ie.h src/ie.c \
src/watchlist.h src/watchlist.c \
src/eapol.h src/eapol.c \
src/eapolutil.h src/eapolutil.c \
src/handshake.h src/handshake.c \
src/eap.h src/eap.c src/eap-private.h \
src/util.h src/util.c \
src/erp.h src/erp.c \
src/eap-wsc.h src/eap-wsc.c
unit_test_wsc_LDADD = $(ell_ldadd)
unit_test_eap_mschapv2_SOURCES = src/eap-mschapv2.h src/eap-mschapv2.c \
src/eap.c src/eap.h src/eap-private.h \
src/mschaputil.h src/mschaputil.c \
unit/test-eap-mschapv2.c
unit_test_eap_mschapv2_LDADD = $(ell_ldadd)
if CLIENT
unit_test_client_SOURCES = unit/test-client.c \
client/adapter.c \
client/agent.h client/agent.c \
client/agent-manager.h client/agent-manager.c \
client/command.h client/command.c \
client/dbus-proxy.h client/dbus-proxy.c \
client/display.h client/display.c \
client/network.h client/network.c \
client/properties.h client/properties.c
unit_test_client_LDADD = $(ell_ldadd) $(READLINE_LIBS)
endif
unit_test_sae_SOURCES = unit/test-sae.c \
src/sae.h src/sae.c \
src/crypto.h src/crypto.c \
src/ie.h src/ie.c \
src/handshake.h src/handshake.c \
src/util.h src/util.c \
src/mpdu.h src/mpdu.c
unit_test_sae_LDADD = $(ell_ldadd)
unit_test_p2p_SOURCES = unit/test-p2p.c src/wscutil.h src/wscutil.c \
src/crypto.h src/crypto.c \
src/ie.h src/ie.c \
src/util.h src/util.c \
src/p2putil.h src/p2putil.c
unit_test_p2p_LDADD = $(ell_ldadd)
TESTS = $(unit_tests)
EXTRA_DIST = src/genbuiltin src/iwd.service.in src/net.connman.iwd.service \
wired/ead.service.in wired/net.connman.ead.service \
src/80-iwd.link src/pkcs8.conf unit/gencerts.cnf \
$(manual_pages) $(patsubst %.1,%.rst, \
$(patsubst %.5,%.rst, \
$(patsubst %.8,%.rst,$(manual_pages))))
AM_CFLAGS = $(ell_cflags) -fvisibility=hidden \
-DUNITDIR=\""$(top_srcdir)/unit/"\" \
-DCERTDIR=\""$(top_builddir)/unit/"\"
if MAINTAINER_MODE
AM_CFLAGS += -DHAVE_PKCS8_SUPPORT
endif
CLEANFILES = src/iwd.service wired/ead.service
DISTCHECK_CONFIGURE_FLAGS = --disable-dbus-policy --disable-systemd-service \
--enable-ofono \
--enable-wired \
--enable-hwsim \
--enable-tools
DISTCLEANFILES = $(BUILT_SOURCES) $(unit_tests) $(manual_pages)
MAINTAINERCLEANFILES = Makefile.in configure config.h.in aclocal.m4
true_redirect_openssl = 2>&1
false_redirect_openssl = 2>/dev/null
unit/cert-ca-key.pem:
$(AM_V_GEN)openssl genrsa -out $@ 2048 $($(AM_V_P)_redirect_openssl)
unit/cert-ca.pem: unit/cert-ca-key.pem unit/gencerts.cnf
$(AM_V_GEN)openssl req -x509 -new -nodes -extensions ca_ext \
-config $(srcdir)/unit/gencerts.cnf \
-subj '/O=International Union of Example Organizations/CN=Certificate issuer guy/emailAddress=ca@mail.example' \
-key $< -sha256 -days 10000 -out $@
unit/cert-server-key.pem:
$(AM_V_GEN)openssl genrsa -out $@ $($(AM_V_P)_redirect_openssl)
unit/cert-server-key-pkcs8.pem: unit/cert-server-key.pem
$(AM_V_GEN)openssl pkcs8 -topk8 -nocrypt -in $< -out $@
unit/cert-server.csr: unit/cert-server-key.pem unit/gencerts.cnf
$(AM_V_GEN)openssl req -new -extensions cert_ext \
-config $(srcdir)/unit/gencerts.cnf \
-subj '/O=Foo Example Organization/CN=Foo Example Organization/emailAddress=foo@mail.example' \
-key $< -out $@
unit/cert-server.pem: unit/cert-server.csr unit/cert-ca.pem unit/gencerts.cnf
$(AM_V_GEN)openssl x509 -req -extensions server_ext \
-extfile $(srcdir)/unit/gencerts.cnf \
-in $< -CA $(builddir)/unit/cert-ca.pem \
-CAkey $(builddir)/unit/cert-ca-key.pem \
-CAserial $(builddir)/unit/cert-ca.srl \
-CAcreateserial -sha256 -days 10000 -out $@ $($(AM_V_P)_redirect_openssl)
unit/cert-client-key.pem:
$(AM_V_GEN)openssl genrsa -out $@ $($(AM_V_P)_redirect_openssl)
unit/cert-client-key-pkcs8.pem: unit/cert-client-key.pem
$(AM_V_GEN)openssl pkcs8 -topk8 -nocrypt -in $< -out $@
unit/cert-client.csr: unit/cert-client-key.pem unit/gencerts.cnf
$(AM_V_GEN)openssl req -new -extensions cert_ext \
-config $(srcdir)/unit/gencerts.cnf \
-subj '/O=Bar Example Organization/CN=Bar Example Organization/emailAddress=bar@mail.example' \
-key $< -out $@
unit/cert-client.pem: unit/cert-client.csr unit/cert-ca.pem unit/gencerts.cnf
$(AM_V_GEN)openssl x509 -req -extensions cert_ext \
-extfile $(srcdir)/unit/gencerts.cnf \
-in $< -CA $(builddir)/unit/cert-ca.pem \
-CAkey $(builddir)/unit/cert-ca-key.pem \
-CAserial $(builddir)/unit/cert-ca.srl \
-CAcreateserial -sha256 -days 10000 -out $@ $($(AM_V_P)_redirect_openssl)
unit/tls-settings.8021x: unit/cert-ca.pem unit/cert-client.pem unit/cert-client-key-pkcs8.pem
$(AM_V_GEN) \
$(file >$@,[Security]) \
$(file >>$@,EAP-Method=TLS) \
$(file >>$@,EAP-Identity=abc@example.com) \
$(file >>$@,EAP-TLS-CACert=embed:ca_cert) \
$(file >>$@,EAP-TLS-ClientCert=embed:client_cert) \
$(file >>$@,EAP-TLS-ClientKey=embed:client_key) \
$(file >>$@,[@pem@ca_cert]) \
$(shell cat unit/cert-ca.pem >> $@) \
$(file >>$@,[@pem@client_cert]) \
$(shell cat unit/cert-client.pem >> $@) \
$(file >>$@,[@pem@client_key]) \
$(shell cat unit/cert-client-key-pkcs8.pem >> $@)
BUILT_SOURCES = $(ell_built_sources) src/builtin.h
ell/shared: Makefile
$(AM_V_GEN)for f in $(ell_shared) ; do \
if [ ! -f $$f ] ; then \
$(LN_S) -t ell -f $(abs_srcdir)/../ell/$$f ; \
fi \
done > $@
ell/internal: Makefile
$(AM_V_at)$(MKDIR_P) ell
$(AM_V_GEN)for f in $(ell_headers) $(ell_sources) ; do \
if [ ! -f $$f ] ; then \
$(LN_S) -t ell -f $(abs_srcdir)/../ell/$$f ; \
fi \
done > $@
ell/ell.h: Makefile
$(AM_V_at)echo -n > $@
$(AM_V_GEN)for f in $(ell_headers) ; do \
echo "#include <$$f>" >> $@ ; \
done
SED_PROCESS = $(AM_V_GEN)$(MKDIR_P) $(dir $@) && $(SED) \
-e 's,@libexecdir\@,$(libexecdir),g' \
< $< > $@
if RUN_RST2MAN
RST2MAN_PROCESS = $(AM_V_GEN)$(MKDIR_P) $(dir $@) && \
$(RST2MAN) --strict --no-raw \
--no-generator --no-datestamp $< $@
else
RST2MAN_PROCESS = $(AM_V_GEN)test -f $@ || \
{ echo "Generated manual page $@ does not exist"; false; }
endif
%.service: %.service.in Makefile
$(SED_PROCESS)
%.1: %.rst Makefile
$(RST2MAN_PROCESS)
%.5: %.rst Makefile
$(RST2MAN_PROCESS)
%.7: %.rst Makefile
$(RST2MAN_PROCESS)
%.8: %.rst Makefile
$(RST2MAN_PROCESS)
install-data-local:
if !SYSTEMD_SERVICE
if DAEMON
$(MKDIR_P) -m 700 $(DESTDIR)$(daemon_storagedir)
endif
if WIRED
$(MKDIR_P) -m 700 $(DESTDIR)$(wired_storagedir)
endif
endif
clean-local:
-rm -f unit/cert-*.pem unit/cert-*.csr unit/cert-*.srl unit/*-settings.8021x