|author||Christian Grothoff <firstname.lastname@example.org>||2013-10-06 21:02:41 +0000|
|committer||Christian Grothoff <email@example.com>||2013-10-06 21:02:41 +0000|
Diffstat (limited to 'README')
1 files changed, 13 insertions, 13 deletions
@@ -2,7 +2,7 @@
THIS SVN VERSION OF GNUNET IS INCOMPATIBLE TO ALL PREVIOUS RELEASES.
WE ARE WORKING ON CHANGING FUNDAMENTAL PARTS OF THE CRYPTOGRAPHIC
-PARTS OF THE SYSTEM.
+PARTS OF THE SYSTEM.
You need to install libgcrypt from git master (1.6.0beta93 at least)
for the code to compile.
@@ -20,8 +20,8 @@ primary application for GNUnet is anonymous file-sharing. GNUnet is
currently developed by a worldwide group of independent free software
developers. GNUnet is a GNU package (http://www.gnu.org/).
-This is an ALPHA release. There are known and significant bugs as
-well as many missing features in this release.
+This is an ALPHA release. There are known and significant bugs as
+well as many missing features in this release.
Additional documentation about GNUnet can be found at
@@ -48,16 +48,16 @@ These are the direct dependencies for running GNUnet:
- libidn >= 1.0
- openssl >= 1.0 (binary, used to generate X.509 certificate)
- libltdl >= 2.2 (part of GNU libtool)
-- sqlite >= 3.0 (default database)
-- mysql >= 5.1 (alternative to sqLite)
-- postgres >= 8.3 (alternative to sqLite)
+- sqlite >= 3.8 (default database, required)
+- mysql >= 5.1 (alternative to sqlite)
+- postgres >= 8.3 (alternative to sqlite)
- libopus >= 0.9.14 (optional for experimental conversation tool)
- libpulse >= 2.0 (optional for experimental conversation tool)
Recommended autotools for compiling the SVN version are:
- autoconf >= 2.59
- automake >= 1.11.1
-- libtool >= 2.2
+- libtool >= 2.2
How to install?
@@ -105,7 +105,7 @@ securely and then compile and install GNUnet to $GNUNET_PREFIX/bin/,
$GNUNET_PREFIX/lib/ and $GNUNET_PREFIX/share/ and start the system
with the default configuration. It is strongly recommended that you
add a user "gnunet" to run "gnunet-arm". You can then still run the
-end-user applications as another user.
+end-user applications as another user.
If you create a system user "gnunet", it is recommended that you edit
the configuration file slightly so that data can be stored in the
@@ -122,7 +122,7 @@ with the "--with-sudo=yes" option and have extensive sudo rights
(can run "chmod +s" and "chown" via 'sudo'). If you run 'make install'
as a normal user without sudo rights (or the configure option),
certain binaries that require additional priviledges will not be
-installed properly (and autonomous NAT traversal, WLAN, DNS/GNS and
+installed properly (and autonomous NAT traversal, WLAN, DNS/GNS and
the VPN will then not work).
If you run 'configure' and 'make install' as root or use the SUDO
@@ -224,7 +224,7 @@ together with a description. To publish files on GNUnet, use the
The GTK user interface is shipped separately. After downloading and
-installing gnunet-gtk, you can invoke the setup tool and the
+installing gnunet-gtk, you can invoke the setup tool and the
file-sharing GUI with:
@@ -257,9 +257,9 @@ $ export GNUNET_PREFIX=$SOMEWHERE
$ make check
Some of the testcases require python >= 2.6 and pexpect to be
-installed. If any testcases fail to pass on your system, run
-"contrib/report.sh" and report the output together with
-information about the failing testcase to the Mantis bugtracking
+installed. If any testcases fail to pass on your system, run
+"contrib/report.sh" and report the output together with
+information about the failing testcase to the Mantis bugtracking
system at https://gnunet.org/bugs/.