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Re: (fedora) Re: Cisco VPN Client on FC6 failed, missing config.h



that file seem to be dropped. you can use the
autoconf.h instead. on my system i did a symlink

Felix

--- "Jacob (=Jouk) Jansen" <jthat
oukj hrem nano tudelft nl> wrote:

> Denis Leroy <denis poolshark org> wrote on
> 30-OCT-2006 21:48:37.74
> 
> >Thomas von Steiger wrote:
> >> I have try to build cisco vpn client (latest
> version) on fc6.
> >> There is /usr/include/linux/config.h missing.
> >> 
> >> On FC5 this headerfile comes from
> glibc-kernheaders.
> >> In FC6 there is no glibc-kernheaders.
> >> Knows anybody where this File is or in which rpm
> ?
> >
> >vpnc works well to connect to Cisco vpn servers.
> You can also use it 
> >with NetworkManager with the NetworkManager-vpnc
> package.
> But vpnc fails at re-encryption time which is after
> 8.36 hours at my
> university. Cisco-client just keeps running.
> 
>                Jouk
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> 
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