[Snort-users] Barnyard2 - CYGWIN - Windows Compile
beenph at ...11827...
Sun Feb 19 21:23:45 EST 2012
On Sun, Feb 19, 2012 at 4:04 PM, Michael Steele <michaels at ...9077...> wrote:
> I've tried to leave a message with Firnsy, and a message in one of the
> Google groups about getting this compiled, but no response.
I think you sent the message only to me and i was going to respond.
> I'll post in her to see if things can get cleared up. It appears that
> Barnyard2 can be compiled for use with Windows, using CYGWIN as the
The branch you whould be using is
Mine is a few commit ahead and got some unrelated bug fix and will
get merged when testing is done with.
I would suggest that you wait for the release version to make a
"package" since 2-1.9 will not compile under CYGWIN.
Now to compile under CYGWIN you will need
(see attachement for package details)
But mainly it stand out to the following.
1: compiler package (gcc)
3: winpcap for pcap headers.
4. If you plan to compile some output module, make sure you compiled
the required software so it can actually be linked.
> I've checked out the latest code and it does look like all the necessary
> bits have been added to do this.
> I've never used CYGWIN to compile. Suricata provides a guide on how to
> compile for Windows. Barnyard2 should be doing this, but doesn't.
Currently in its form Windows native support is not a priority.
I understand this could frustrate a small amount of users but this is why
CYGWIN support was tested and added.
One of the goal of the next MAJOR release of barnyard2 is windows
but its not in the top 10 feature and could be added down the road.
> Is there anyone that can help in getting this compiled for use in Windows? I
> will create a guide, and get it out to the masses so hopefully it will clear
> up any confusion on how to do this in the future
I appreciate your effort trying to support windows users and if you
have further inqueries
let us know on our ML's or to our e-mails.
I hope this will help you a bit.
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