Add common functions for computing the Ethernet CRC on arbitrary length
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984263bc 1# $FreeBSD: src/etc/defaults/make.conf,v 1.97.2.80 2003/02/15 16:34:56 trhodes Exp $
fdd814c0 2# $DragonFly: src/etc/defaults/make.conf,v 1.6 2004/04/02 18:09:38 dillon Exp $
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3#
4# NOTE: Please would any committer updating this file also update the
5# make.conf(5) manual page, if necessary, which is located in
6# src/share/man/man5/make.conf.5.
7#
8# This file, if present, will be read by make (see /usr/share/mk/sys.mk).
9# It allows you to override macro definitions to make without changing
10# your source tree, or anything the source tree installs.
11#
12# This file must be in valid Makefile syntax.
13#
14# You have to find the things you can put here in the Makefiles and
15# documentation of the source tree.
16#
17#
18# The CPUTYPE variable controls which processor should be targeted for
19# generated code. This controls processor-specific optimizations in
20# certain code (currently only OpenSSL) as well as modifying the value
21# of CFLAGS to contain the appropriate optimization directive to gcc.
22# The automatic setting of CFLAGS may be overridden using the
23# NO_CPU_CFLAGS variable below.
24# Currently the following CPU types are recognized:
25# Intel x86 architecture:
26# (AMD CPUs) k7 k6-2 k6 k5
27# (Intel CPUs) p4 p3 p2 i686 i586/mmx i586 i486 i386
28# Alpha/AXP architecture: ev6 pca56 ev56 ev5 ev45 ev4
29#
30# If you experience any problems after setting this flag, please unset
31# it again before submitting a bug report or attempting to modify code.
32# It may be that certain types of software will become unstable after being
33# compiled with processor-specific (or higher - see below) optimization flags.
34# If in doubt, do not set CPUTYPE or CFLAGS to non-default values.
35#
36#CPUTYPE=i686
37#NO_CPU_CFLAGS= true # Don't add -march=<cpu> to CFLAGS automatically
38#NO_CPU_COPTFLAGS=true # Don't add -march=<cpu> to COPTFLAGS automatically
39#
40# CFLAGS controls the compiler settings used when compiling C code.
41# Note that optimization settings above -O (-O2, ...) are not recommended
42# or supported for compiling the world or the kernel - please revert any
43# nonstandard optimization settings to "-O" before submitting bug reports
44# to the developers.
45# Note also that at this time the -O2 setting is known to produce BROKEN
46# CODE on the Alpha platform.
47#
48#CFLAGS= -O -pipe
49#
50# CXXFLAGS controls the compiler settings used when compiling C++ code.
51# Note that CXXFLAGS is initially set to the value of CFLAGS. If you wish
52# to add to CXXFLAGS value, "+=" must be used rather than "=". Using "="
53# alone will remove the often needed contents of CFLAGS from CXXFLAGS.
54#
55#CXXFLAGS+= -fmemoize-lookups -fsave-memoized
56#
57# BDECFLAGS are a set of gcc warning settings that Bruce Evans has suggested
58# for use in developing FreeBSD and testing changes. They can be used by
59# putting "CFLAGS+=${BDECFLAGS}" in /etc/make.conf. -Wconversion is not
60# included here due to compiler bugs, e.g., mkdir()'s mode_t argument.
61#
62BDECFLAGS= -W -Wall -ansi -pedantic -Wbad-function-cast -Wcast-align \
63 -Wcast-qual -Wchar-subscripts -Winline \
64 -Wmissing-prototypes -Wnested-externs -Wpointer-arith \
65 -Wredundant-decls -Wshadow -Wstrict-prototypes -Wwrite-strings
66#
67# WARNS_WERROR causes -Werror to be added when WARNS is in effect.
68#
69#WARNS_WERROR= yes
70#
71# To compile just the kernel with special optimizations, you should use
72# this instead of CFLAGS (which is not applicable to kernel builds anyway).
73# There is very little to gain by using higher optimization levels, and doing
74# so can cause problems.
75#
76#COPTFLAGS= -O -pipe
77#
78# Compare before install
79#INSTALL=install -C
80#
81# To enable installing suidperl with the setuid bit turned on
82#ENABLE_SUIDPERL= true
83#
84# To build ppp with normal permissions
85#PPP_NOSUID= true
86#
87# To enable installing ssh(1) with the setuid bit turned on
88#ENABLE_SUID_SSH= true
89#
90# To avoid building various parts of the base system:
91#NO_CVS= true # do not build CVS
92#NO_BIND= true # do not build BIND
93#NO_FORTRAN= true # do not build g77 and related libraries
94#NO_I4B= true # do not build isdn4bsd package
95#NO_IPFILTER= true # do not build IP Filter package
96#NO_LPR= true # do not build lpr and related programs
97#NO_MAILWRAPPER=true # do not build the mailwrapper(8) MTA selector
98#NO_MODULES= true # do not build modules with the kernel
99#NO_OBJC= true # do not build Objective C support
100#NO_OPENSSH= true # do not build OpenSSH
101#NO_OPENSSL= true # do not build OpenSSL (implies NO_OPENSSH)
102#NO_SENDMAIL= true # do not build sendmail and related programs
103#NO_SHAREDOCS= true # do not build the 4.4BSD legacy docs
104#NO_TCSH= true # do not build and install /bin/csh (which is tcsh)
105#NO_X= true # do not compile in XWindows support (e.g. doscmd)
106#NOCRYPT= true # do not build any crypto code
107#NOGAMES= true # do not build games (games/ subdir)
108#NOINFO= true # do not make or install info files
109#NOLIBC_R= true # do not build libc_r (re-entrant version of libc)
110#NOMAN= true # do not build manual pages
111#NOPERL= true # do not build perl. Disables OpenSSL optimizations
112#NOPROFILE= true # Avoid compiling profiled libraries
984263bc 113#NOSHARE= true # do not go into the share subdir
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114#
115# To build sys/modules when building the world (our old way of doing things)
116#MODULES_WITH_WORLD=true # do not build modules when building kernel
117#
118# The list of modules to build instead of all of them.
fdd814c0 119#MODULES_OVERRIDE= emulation/linux net/ipfw
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120#
121# The following controls building optional IDEA code in libcrypto and
122# certain ports. Patents are involved - you must not use this unless
123# you either have a license or fall within patent 'fair use'
124# provisions.
125#
126# *** It is YOUR RESPONSIBILITY to determine if you can use this! ***
127#
128# IDEA is patented in the USA and many European countries - thought to
129# be OK to use for any non-commercial use. This is optional.
130#MAKE_IDEA= YES # IDEA (128 bit symmetric encryption)
131#
132# To avoid running MAKEDEV all on /dev during install:
133#NO_MAKEDEV= true
134#
135# If you do not want unformatted manual pages to be compressed
136# when they are installed:
137#
138#NOMANCOMPRESS= true
139#
140#
141# If you want the "compat" shared libraries installed as part of your normal
142# builds, uncomment these:
143#
144#COMPAT1X= yes
145#COMPAT20= yes
146#COMPAT21= yes
147#COMPAT22= yes
148#COMPAT3X= yes
149#COMPAT4X= yes
150#
151#
152# If you do not want additional documentation (some of which are
153# a few hundred KB's) for ports to be installed:
154#
155#NOPORTDOCS= true
156#
157#
158# Default format for system documentation, depends on your printer.
159# Set this to "ascii" for simple printers or screen
160#
161#PRINTERDEVICE= ps
162#
163#
164# How long to wait for a console keypress before booting the default kernel.
165# This value is approximately in milliseconds. Keypresses are accepted by the
166# BIOS before booting from disk, making it possible to give custom boot
167# parameters even when this is set to 0.
168#
169#BOOTWAIT=0
170#BOOTWAIT=30000
171#
172# By default, the system will always use the keyboard/video card as system
173# console. However, the boot blocks may be dynamically configured to use a
174# serial port in addition to or instead of the keyboard/video console.
175#
176# By default we use COM1 as our serial console port *if* we're going to use
177# a serial port as our console at all. Alter as necessary.
178#
179# COM1: = 0x3F8, COM2: = 0x2F8, COM3: = 0x3E8, COM4: = 0x2E8
180#
181#BOOT_COMCONSOLE_PORT= 0x3F8
182#
183# The default serial console speed is 9600. Set the speed to a larger value
184# for better interactive response.
185#
186#BOOT_COMCONSOLE_SPEED= 115200
187#
188# By default the 'pxeboot' loader retrieves the kernel via NFS. Defining
189# this and recompiling /usr/src/sys/boot will cause it to retrieve the kernel
190# via TFTP. This allows pxeboot to load a custom BOOTP diskless kernel yet
191# still mount the server's '/' (i.e. rather than load the server's kernel).
192#
193#LOADER_TFTP_SUPPORT= YES
194#
195# By default, the ports collection attempts to use XFree86 4.X. If
196# you are running XFree86 3.3.X, uncomment this line.
197#
198#XFREE86_VERSION= 3
199#
200# By default, this points to /usr/X11R6 for XFree86 releases 3.0 or earlier.
201# If you have a XFree86 from before 3.0 that has the X distribution in
202# /usr/X386, you want to uncomment this.
203#
204#X11BASE= /usr/X386
205#
206#
207# If you have Motif on your system, uncomment this.
208#
209#HAVE_MOTIF= yes
210#MOTIF_STATIC= yes
211#
212# If the default location of the Motif library (specified below) is NOT
213# appropriate for you, uncomment this and change it to the correct value.
214# If your motif is in ${X11BASE}/lib, you don't need to touch this line.
215#
216#MOTIFLIB= -L${X11BASE}/lib -lXm
217#
218#
219# If you're resident in the USA, this will help various ports to determine
220# whether or not they should attempt to comply with the various U.S.
221# export regulations on certain types of software which do not apply to
222# anyone else in the world.
223#
224#USA_RESIDENT= YES
225#
226#
227# Override "don't install a port that's already installed" behavior.
228# One might wish to do this for ports debugging or to unconditionally
229# reinstall a set of suspect/broken ports.
230#
231#FORCE_PKG_REGISTER= YES
232#
233#
234# If you're behind a firewall and need FTP or HTTP proxy services for
235# ports collection fetching to work, the following examples give the
236# necessary syntax. See the fetch(3) man page for details.
237#
238#FETCH_ENV= FTP_PROXY=ftp://10.0.0.1:21
239#FETCH_ENV= HTTP_PROXY=http://10.0.0.1:80
240#
241#
242# Port master sites.
243#
244# If you want your port fetches to go somewhere else than the default
245# (specified below) in case the distfile/patchfile was not found,
246# uncomment this and change it to a location nearest you. (Don't
247# remove the "/${DIST_SUBDIR}/" part.)
248#
249#MASTER_SITE_BACKUP?= \
250# ftp://ftp.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD/ports/distfiles/${DIST_SUBDIR}/
251#
252# If you want your port fetches to check the above site first (before
253# the MASTER_SITES specified in the port Makefiles), uncomment the
254# line below. You can also change the right side to point to wherever
255# you want.
256#
257#MASTER_SITE_OVERRIDE?= ${MASTER_SITE_BACKUP}
258#
259# Some ports use a special variable to point to a collection of
260# mirrors of well-known software archives. If you have a mirror close
261# to you, uncomment any of the following lines and change it to that
262# address. (Don't remove the "/%SUBDIR%/" part.)
263#
264# Note: the right hand sides of the following lines are only for your
265# information. For a full list of default sites, take a look at
266# bsd.sites.mk.
267#
268#MASTER_SITE_AFTERSTEP= ftp://ftp.afterstep.org/%SUBDIR%/
269#MASTER_SITE_COMP_SOURCES= ftp://gatekeeper.dec.com/pub/usenet/comp.sources.%SUBDIR%/
270#MASTER_SITE_FREEBSD_ORG= ftp://ftp.FreeBSD.org/pub/FreeBSD/%SUBDIR%/
271#MASTER_SITE_GNOME= ftp://ftp.gnome.org/pub/GNOME/%SUBDIR%/
272#MASTER_SITE_GNU= ftp://ftp.gnu.org/gnu/%SUBDIR%/
273#MASTER_SITE_KDE= ftp://ftp.kde.org/pub/kde/%SUBDIR%/
274#MASTER_SITE_LOCAL= ftp://ftp.FreeBSD.org/pub/FreeBSD/ports/local-distfiles/%SUBDIR%/
275#MASTER_SITE_MOZILLA= ftp://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/%SUBDIR%/
276#MASTER_SITE_NETBSD= ftp://ftp.netbsd.org/pub/NetBSD/packages/distfiles/%SUBDIR%/
277#MASTER_SITE_PERL_CPAN= ftp://ftp.digital.com/pub/plan/perl/CPAN/modules/by-module/%SUBDIR%/
278#MASTER_SITE_PORTS_JP= ftp://ports.jp.FreeBSD.org/pub/FreeBSD-jp/ports-jp/LOCAL_PORTS/%SUBDIR%/
279#MASTER_SITE_RINGSERVER= ftp://ftp.dnsbalance.ring.gr.jp/pub/%SUBDIR%/
280#MASTER_SITE_RUBY= ftp://ftp.ruby-lang.org/pub/ruby/%SUBDIR%/
281#MASTER_SITE_SOURCEFORGE= ftp://ftp2.sourceforge.net/pub/sourceforge/%SUBDIR%/
282#MASTER_SITE_SOURCEWARE= ftp://ftp.freesoftware.com/pub/sourceware/%SUBDIR%/
283#MASTER_SITE_SUNSITE= ftp://metalab.unc.edu/pub/Linux/%SUBDIR%/
284#MASTER_SITE_TCLTK= ftp://ftp.scriptics.com/pub/tcl/%SUBDIR%/
285#MASTER_SITE_TEX_CTAN= ftp://ftp.tex.ac.uk/tex-archive/%SUBDIR%/
286#MASTER_SITE_THEMES= ftp://ftp.themes.org/pub/themes/%SUBDIR%/
287#MASTER_SITE_WINDOWMAKER= ftp://ftp.windowmaker.org/pub/%SUBDIR%/
288#MASTER_SITE_XCONTRIB= ftp://ftp.x.org/contrib/%SUBDIR%/
289#MASTER_SITE_XEMACS= ftp://ftp.xemacs.org/pub/xemacs/%SUBDIR%/
290#MASTER_SITE_XFREE= ftp://ftp.xfree86.org/pub/XFree86/%SUBDIR%/source/
291#
292# Also it is highly recommended that you configure MASTER_SORT_REGEX
293# to choose better mirror sites for you. List awk(1)-style regular
294# expressions separated by space so MASTER_SITES will be sorted in
295# that order. The following example is for Japanese users; change
296# "jp" part to your ccTLD ("de", "ru", "uk", etc.) or the domain names
297# of your nearest/upstream networks to meet your needs.
298#
299#MASTER_SORT_REGEX?= ://[^/]*\.jp[/.]
300#
301# Ports can place their working directories somewhere other than under
302# /usr/ports.
303#WRKDIRPREFIX= /var/tmp
304#
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305# Kerberos 5
306# If you want Kerberos 5 (KTH Heimdal), define this:
307#
308#MAKE_KERBEROS5= yes
309#
310# Kerberos 5 su (k5su)
311# If you want to use the k5su utility, define this to have it installed
312# set-user-ID.
313#ENABLE_SUID_K5SU= yes
314#
315#
316# Kerberos5
317# If you want to install MIT Kerberos5 port somewhere other than /usr/local,
318# define this (this is also used to tell ssh1 that kerberos is needed):
319#
320#KRB5_HOME= /usr/local
321#
322#
323# CVSup update flags. Edit SUPFILE settings to reflect whichever distribution
324# file(s) you use on your site (see /usr/share/examples/cvsup/README for more
325# information on CVSup and these files). To use, do "make update" in /usr/src.
326#
327#SUP_UPDATE= yes
328#
329#SUP= /usr/local/bin/cvsup
330#SUPFLAGS= -g -L 2
331#SUPHOST= cvsup.uk.FreeBSD.org
332#SUPFILE= /usr/share/examples/cvsup/stable-supfile
333#PORTSSUPFILE= /usr/share/examples/cvsup/ports-supfile
334#DOCSUPFILE= /usr/share/examples/cvsup/doc-supfile
335#
336# top(1) uses a hash table for the user names. The size of this hash
337# can be tuned to match the number of local users. The table size should
338# be a prime number approximately twice as large as the number of lines in
339# /etc/passwd. The default number is 20011.
340#
341#TOP_TABLE_SIZE= 101
342#
343# Documentation
344#
345# The list of languages and encodings to build and install
346#
347#DOC_LANG= en_US.ISO8859-1 ru_RU.KOI8-R
348#
349#
350# sendmail
351#
352# The following sets the default m4 configuration file to use at
353# install time. Use with caution as a make install will overwrite
354# any existing /etc/mail/sendmail.cf. Note that SENDMAIL_CF is now
355# deprecated. The value should be a fully qualified path name.
356# Avoid using a value of /etc/mail/sendmail.mc as a buildworld will
357# create /etc/mail/sendmail.cf before installworld installs an
358# updated sendmail binary.
359#
360#SENDMAIL_MC=/etc/mail/myconfig.mc
361#
362# The following sets the default m4 configuration file for mail
363# submission to use at install time. Use with caution as a make
364# install will overwrite any existing /etc/mail/submit.cf. The
365# value should be a fully qualified path name.
366# Avoid using a value of /etc/mail/submit.mc as a buildworld will
367# create /etc/mail/submit.cf before installworld installs an
368# updated sendmail binary.
369#
370#SENDMAIL_SUBMIT_MC=/etc/mail/mysubmit.mc
371#
372# If you need to build additional .cf files during a make buildworld,
373# include the full paths to the .mc files in SENDMAIL_ADDITIONAL_MC.
374# Avoid using a value of /etc/mail/sendmail.mc as a buildworld will
375# create /etc/mail/sendmail.cf before installworld installs an
376# updated sendmail binary.
377#
378#SENDMAIL_ADDITIONAL_MC=/etc/mail/foo.mc /etc/mail/bar.mc
379#
380# Setting the following variable modifies the flags passed to m4 when
381# building a .cf file from a .mc file. It can be used to enable
382# features disabled by default.
383#
384#SENDMAIL_M4_FLAGS=
385#
386# Setting the following variables modifies the build environment for
387# sendmail and its related utilities. For example, SASL support can be
388# added with settings such as:
389#
390# with SASLv1:
391# SENDMAIL_CFLAGS=-I/usr/local/include/sasl1 -DSASL
392# SENDMAIL_LDFLAGS=-L/usr/local/lib
393# SENDMAIL_LDADD=-lsasl
394#
395# with SASLv2:
396# SENDMAIL_CFLAGS=-I/usr/local/include -DSASL=2
397# SENDMAIL_LDFLAGS=-L/usr/local/lib
398# SENDMAIL_LDADD=-lsasl2
399#
400# Note: If you are using Cyrus SASL with other applications which require
401# access to the sasldb file, you should add the following to your
402# sendmail.mc file:
403#
404# define(`confDONT_BLAME_SENDMAIL',`GroupReadableSASLDBFile')
405#
406#SENDMAIL_CFLAGS=
407#SENDMAIL_LDFLAGS=
408#SENDMAIL_LDADD=
409#SENDMAIL_DPADD=
410#
411# Setting SENDMAIL_SET_USER_ID will install the sendmail binary as a
412# set-user-ID root binary instead of a set-group-ID smmsp binary and will
413# prevent the installation of /etc/mail/submit.cf.
414# This is a deprecated mode of operation. See etc/mail/README for more
415# information.
416#
417#SENDMAIL_SET_USER_ID=
418#
419# The permissions to use on alias and map databases generated using
420# /etc/mail/Makefile. Defaults to 0640.
421#
422#SENDMAIL_MAP_PERMS=