Instead of compiling UMIP from the sources, you may prefer using our packages if you are running on the Debian GNU/Linux system. Not only it avoids the UMIP building step, but it will also be easier to update over time. Note that we do not provide kernel packages, so you still need to compile a mobility-ready kernel (as explained here).
Note: at the moment, the UMIP packages available in our repository do not include the experimental patches. We may provide at some point 2 versions of the packages: one for the stable repository, and one for the experimental patches.
UMIP Packages for Debian
The packages available on the mirror are authenticated. For that purpose, the mirror has a dedicated GPG key that you should first import in your Debian keyring using apt-key as followed (as root):
# wget -O - http://umip.org/debian/umip-unofficial-debian-mirror.key | apt-key add -
Now, install the APT source file:
# wget -O /etc/apt/sources.list.d/umip.list http://umip.org/debian/umip.list
You are now able to install UMIP the following way:
# apt-get update && apt-get install umip
Similarly, for the modified version of racoon and the ipsec-tools (needed for the setup of a dynamic keying testbed):
# apt-get install racoon-umip ipsec-tools-umip
You can also access the sources using apt-get source if you need. Once UMIP is installed, you still need to configure it. Check our documentation page for more information.
- 2013/05/01: Updated to reflect the new repository format.
- 2010/02/16: First version of this document.