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    Problem in make for crclient for linux


    I downloaded crclient 1.1 for Unix/Linux but I dont know how to make it and connect to internet.

    README

    crclient 1.1 for Unix/Linux

    Contents
    * Introduction
    * Make
    * Options
    * Example of Configuration File


    Introduction

    Cyberoam Client is a part of the Cyberoam product which is a complete solution to
    Employee Internet Management. This tool provides an interface for the client to
    communicate with the Cyberoam server. There are various options provided which help the
    client to effectively communicate with the server.

    Make
    crclient supports two modes at the time of compilation.
    1) Single Login
    2) Multiple Login
    In case of single login only one user is allowed to login at a time. For
    enabling single mode the macro CFLAGS in the Makefile has to be disabled.
    #CFLAGS=-D__MULTILOGIN__

    In case of multiple login option the more then one user can login at a given
    time. The macro CFLAGS has to be enabled before making the files.
    CFLAGS=-D__MULTILOGIN__

    Other make options include the clean option. Before making the file after the macro is
    enabled/disabled the clean option should be used.
    Ex.
    $make clean.

    Options

    -u : The option is responsible for sending a login request to the server. It requires
    username as a parameter.

    -s : The option is for setting preferences for the client. Preferences such as AskonExit,
    AutoLogin, ShowNotification and Server Address can be set using this option. The
    preference values are then reflected in the Configuration file.

    -l: This option is used to send a logout request to the server. In case of Multiple
    Login mode this option requires argument i.e Username.

    -h: provides help for the client.

    -d: Specify the location for log file.

    -v: Sets the verbose mode on. This option is for debugging purpose.

    -V: Provides Current Version information.

    -f: Specify the location for the configuration file.

    Example of Configuration File

    AskonExit 0
    AutoLogin 0
    FirstTime 1
    Password
    Port 6060
    SavePassword 0
    Server 192.9.203.203
    User ankit
    ShowNotification 1
    LiveRequestTime 180
    AlreadyLoggedIn 0
    VersionId 1
    Version crclient1.1

    The configuration file includes the above showm parameters. First Configuration file is searched
    at /etc, if not found it is searched in the user's home directory. If the configuration file is
    not found at both the places a file is created in the user's home directory by accepting the
    essential parameters from the User.

    NOTE :

    i) User has to manually disable the SavePassword option in the configuration file by setting the
    value of SavePassword field to zero , once the option is enabled.

    ii) Also, if the savepassword option is enabled and Password field is found to be null in the
    configuration file the user have to disable the savepassword option i.e by setting the
    SavePassword field to 0, inoder to login.

    iii) If -f option is specified the full path along with the filename should be specified.
    Ex. /home/ankit/CyberClient.conf.

    iv) In case of Sun Solaris the multiple process issue is vulnerable.No gaurantee is taken to
    control multiple client process invocation.

    v) In case of '-d' option if log file cannot be opened at the specified location client exits.
    In absence of '-d' option preference for log location is
    1) '/var/log'
    2) Users home directory
    3) '/tmp'
    If all the three preferences fail logging will be done on standard output.
    /************************************************** ******/

    So there is only one file called as "crclient" along with this "Readme" file. When I did ,
    $make clean
    it said, make: *** No rule to make target `clean'. Stop.
    So how to proceed in doing this? Thanks.

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    does the source directory have a "configure" file?
    -lakerdonald

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    hi

    from where did u dnload the crclient 1.1? I am also searching the same.

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    Crclient...

    Quote Originally Posted by gopikrish
    I downloaded crclient 1.1 for Unix/Linux but I dont know how to make it and connect to internet.

    README

    crclient 1.1 for Unix/Linux

    Contents
    * Introduction
    * Make
    * Options
    * Example of Configuration File


    Introduction

    Cyberoam Client is a part of the Cyberoam product which is a complete solution to
    Employee Internet Management. This tool provides an interface for the client to
    communicate with the Cyberoam server. There are various options provided which help the
    client to effectively communicate with the server.

    Make
    crclient supports two modes at the time of compilation.
    1) Single Login
    2) Multiple Login
    In case of single login only one user is allowed to login at a time. For
    enabling single mode the macro CFLAGS in the Makefile has to be disabled.
    #CFLAGS=-D__MULTILOGIN__

    In case of multiple login option the more then one user can login at a given
    time. The macro CFLAGS has to be enabled before making the files.
    CFLAGS=-D__MULTILOGIN__

    Other make options include the clean option. Before making the file after the macro is
    enabled/disabled the clean option should be used.
    Ex.
    $make clean.

    Options

    -u : The option is responsible for sending a login request to the server. It requires
    username as a parameter.

    -s : The option is for setting preferences for the client. Preferences such as AskonExit,
    AutoLogin, ShowNotification and Server Address can be set using this option. The
    preference values are then reflected in the Configuration file.

    -l: This option is used to send a logout request to the server. In case of Multiple
    Login mode this option requires argument i.e Username.

    -h: provides help for the client.

    -d: Specify the location for log file.

    -v: Sets the verbose mode on. This option is for debugging purpose.

    -V: Provides Current Version information.

    -f: Specify the location for the configuration file.

    Example of Configuration File

    AskonExit 0
    AutoLogin 0
    FirstTime 1
    Password
    Port 6060
    SavePassword 0
    Server 192.9.203.203
    User ankit
    ShowNotification 1
    LiveRequestTime 180
    AlreadyLoggedIn 0
    VersionId 1
    Version crclient1.1

    The configuration file includes the above showm parameters. First Configuration file is searched
    at /etc, if not found it is searched in the user's home directory. If the configuration file is
    not found at both the places a file is created in the user's home directory by accepting the
    essential parameters from the User.

    NOTE :

    i) User has to manually disable the SavePassword option in the configuration file by setting the
    value of SavePassword field to zero , once the option is enabled.

    ii) Also, if the savepassword option is enabled and Password field is found to be null in the
    configuration file the user have to disable the savepassword option i.e by setting the
    SavePassword field to 0, inoder to login.

    iii) If -f option is specified the full path along with the filename should be specified.
    Ex. /home/ankit/CyberClient.conf.

    iv) In case of Sun Solaris the multiple process issue is vulnerable.No gaurantee is taken to
    control multiple client process invocation.

    v) In case of '-d' option if log file cannot be opened at the specified location client exits.
    In absence of '-d' option preference for log location is
    1) '/var/log'
    2) Users home directory
    3) '/tmp'
    If all the three preferences fail logging will be done on standard output.
    /************************************************** ******/

    So there is only one file called as "crclient" along with this "Readme" file. When I did ,
    $make clean
    it said, make: *** No rule to make target `clean'. Stop.
    So how to proceed in doing this? Thanks.
    Mr.Gopikrishnan..
    I just got FC4 installed in my sys..and Cyberoam is my ISP.I too am having quite a few problems setting up my internet connection in LINUX.Am a newbie..I'm lost. Pls help me!! .Since it's almost a year that u've posted this comment i presume u would have figured out the way to get linux lancing with the net..I've got just the same problem that u had a year back..
    Thks in advance!
    Regards.

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    crclient cyberoam

    After unpacking the file make sure you change crclient to executable by running chmod +x /path/to/file/nameofFile the if your on 64 bit system get 32bit libraries should first be installed : sudo apt-get install ia32-libs then run sudo ./crclient -u username -i eth0/1

    Quote Originally Posted by gopikrish View Post
    I downloaded crclient 1.1 for Unix/Linux but I dont know how to make it and connect to internet.

    README

    crclient 1.1 for Unix/Linux

    Contents
    * Introduction
    * Make
    * Options
    * Example of Configuration File


    Introduction

    Cyberoam Client is a part of the Cyberoam product which is a complete solution to
    Employee Internet Management. This tool provides an interface for the client to
    communicate with the Cyberoam server. There are various options provided which help the
    client to effectively communicate with the server.

    Make
    crclient supports two modes at the time of compilation.
    1) Single Login
    2) Multiple Login
    In case of single login only one user is allowed to login at a time. For
    enabling single mode the macro CFLAGS in the Makefile has to be disabled.
    #CFLAGS=-D__MULTILOGIN__

    In case of multiple login option the more then one user can login at a given
    time. The macro CFLAGS has to be enabled before making the files.
    CFLAGS=-D__MULTILOGIN__

    Other make options include the clean option. Before making the file after the macro is
    enabled/disabled the clean option should be used.
    Ex.
    $make clean.

    Options

    -u : The option is responsible for sending a login request to the server. It requires
    username as a parameter.

    -s : The option is for setting preferences for the client. Preferences such as AskonExit,
    AutoLogin, ShowNotification and Server Address can be set using this option. The
    preference values are then reflected in the Configuration file.

    -l: This option is used to send a logout request to the server. In case of Multiple
    Login mode this option requires argument i.e Username.

    -h: provides help for the client.

    -d: Specify the location for log file.

    -v: Sets the verbose mode on. This option is for debugging purpose.

    -V: Provides Current Version information.

    -f: Specify the location for the configuration file.

    Example of Configuration File

    AskonExit 0
    AutoLogin 0
    FirstTime 1
    Password
    Port 6060
    SavePassword 0
    Server 192.9.203.203
    User ankit
    ShowNotification 1
    LiveRequestTime 180
    AlreadyLoggedIn 0
    VersionId 1
    Version crclient1.1

    The configuration file includes the above showm parameters. First Configuration file is searched
    at /etc, if not found it is searched in the user's home directory. If the configuration file is
    not found at both the places a file is created in the user's home directory by accepting the
    essential parameters from the User.

    NOTE :

    i) User has to manually disable the SavePassword option in the configuration file by setting the
    value of SavePassword field to zero , once the option is enabled.

    ii) Also, if the savepassword option is enabled and Password field is found to be null in the
    configuration file the user have to disable the savepassword option i.e by setting the
    SavePassword field to 0, inoder to login.

    iii) If -f option is specified the full path along with the filename should be specified.
    Ex. /home/ankit/CyberClient.conf.

    iv) In case of Sun Solaris the multiple process issue is vulnerable.No gaurantee is taken to
    control multiple client process invocation.

    v) In case of '-d' option if log file cannot be opened at the specified location client exits.
    In absence of '-d' option preference for log location is
    1) '/var/log'
    2) Users home directory
    3) '/tmp'
    If all the three preferences fail logging will be done on standard output.
    /************************************************** ******/

    So there is only one file called as "crclient" along with this "Readme" file. When I did ,
    $make clean
    it said, make: *** No rule to make target `clean'. Stop.
    So how to proceed in doing this? Thanks.

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