Build process is quite simple:
cmake . make make test
Then, if everything builds fine, you may install files in proper places.
sudo make install
NOTE: This is old good "slackware-way" of installing programs. You may want to use checkinstall or something like this.
Actual list of configurable options for first line can be found at top of
It looks like this:
option(SYMBOL "Option description" DEFAULT_VALUE)
Option can be (re)defined with
-DSYMBOL=OFF on cmake command line:
cmake -D CMAKE_BUILD_TYPE=Release -DWIITH_HARDENING=ON .
Other noticeable options are:
CMAKE_BUILD_TYPE(Debug, Release or unset) -- sets compiler optimization level and debugging info. Set to "Release" for production code.
CMAKE_C_COMPILER-- allows specify another compiler
CMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX-- set root of install dir ($DESTDIR also will be prefixed if set).
After building you may type
sudo make install to install compiled binaries and other files.
Default install layout is:
/etc/f2b <- configs location /etc/f2b/conf-available <- all available config parts /etc/f2b/conf-enabled <- enabled config parts /usr/bin <- non-root binaries /usr/sbin <- root binaries /usr/lib <- loadable modules /usr/share/f2b <- patterns collection /var/lib/f2b <- files with saved states of jails
After install you need additional steps before configuring f2b.
cd /etc/f2b # make symlink to patterns collection ln -s /usr/share/f2b/filters filters # enable some config parts # you need at least one backend, filter and source cd /etc/f2b/conf-enabled ln -s ../conf-available/05-source-files.conf ./ ls -n ../conf-available/10-backend-exec-ipset.conf ./ ln -s ../conf-available/15-filter-preg.conf ./ # make config part for local settings touch 99-local.conf
Now you may proceed for configuration and first launch.