Commit 8b12431f authored by David Johnson's avatar David Johnson

Capnet build tree and MUL-based controller skeleton.

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Prerequisites
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* a basic Linux development environment, including gcc, glibc,
automake, autoconf, libtool, et al;
* glib > 2.10 (https://developer.gnome.org/glib/) (this will already
be installed on any modern Linux distro; you shouldn't need to
install it from source, ever);
* our version of OpenMUL (modified to simplify build/install of MUL
and our controller application); get it at
https://gitlab.flux.utah.edu/tcloud/openmul
* our capability library, libcap; get it at
https://gitlab.flux.utah.edu/xcap/libcap
On Ubuntu, you should be able to get everything you need with this
command, or similar:
$ sudo apt-get install build-essential automake autoconf libtool \
libglib2.0-0 libglib2.0-dev swig libpython2.7-dev
Build & Install
---------------
First, run ./autogen.sh in the top source directory. This will prepare
the source tree to be built.
$ cd capnet
$ ./autogen.sh
Second, create a separate object directory; this holds the compiled
binaries and libraries. You can also build within the source tree, but
usually it's nice to have the separation so you don't have to clean out
lint in your source tree.
$ cd ..
$ mkdir capnet.obj
$ cd capnet.obj
Third, configure the build. You can run `../capnet/configure --help` to
see a list of configure options. --prefix is the installation prefix;
you may want to set it to something out-of-the-way like /opt/capnet, or
you might not. If your glib is installed in a non-standard place, you
can tell configure by passing the appropriate directory to the
--with-glib option. You'll also need to tell configure where your
libcap and Utah-customized openmul are installed at, using the
--with-libcap and --with-openmul arguments.
$ ../capnet/configure --prefix=/opt/capnet
--with-libcap=</path/to/libcap> \
--with-mul=</path/to/openmul>
Fourth, make and make install!
$ make && make install
ACLOCAL_AMFLAGS = -I m4
SUBDIRS = include lib controller
Capnet: An SDN Controller and Tools for Capability-based Networks
================================================================================
Capnet is a family of SDN-based tools that allow you to build networks
in which edge hosts are granted least-privilege authority, instead of
them having more traditional ambient authority.
Supported Platforms
-------------------
Capnet builds and runs on Linux. It should run on other platforms, but
we haven't tested anything other than Linux+OpenVSwitch yet.
Obtaining the Software
----------------------
You can download a browse the Capnet source repository at
<https://gitlab.flux.utah.edu/tcloud/capnet>.
Building and Installing the Software
------------------------------------
You can find build requirements and instructions in the source
repository in `INSTALL.md`.
Additional Documentation
------------------------
No documentation yet, other than --help for binaries.
Authors
-------
Capnet is developed at the [University of Utah], in the [Flux Research
Group], by [David Johnson] (<johnsond@cs.utah.edu>) and Josh Kunz
(josh@kunz.xyz). It is the brainchild of [Anton Burtsev]
(<aburtsev@cs.utah.edu>) and [Kobus Van der Merwe]
(<kobus@cs.utah.edu>); [Eric Eide] (<eeide@cs.utah.edu>) has also
contributed. An early version of Capnet was demonstrated as part of
[Jithu Joseph]'s [Master's thesis].
[University of Utah]: http://www.utah.edu
[Flux Research Group]: http://www.flux.utah.edu
[David Johnson]: http://www.flux.utah.edu/profile/johnsond
[Josh Kunz]: http://www.flux.utah.edu/profile/josh
[Kobus Van der Merwe]: http://www.flux.utah.edu/profile/kobus
[Anton Burtsev]: http://www.flux.utah.edu/profile/aburtsev
[Eric Eide]: http://www.flux.utah.edu/profile/eeide
[Jithu Joseph]: http://www.flux.utah.edu/profile/jithu
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