Other than the obvious benefits, this prevents "ifconfig: WARNING: setting interface address without mask is deprecated, default mask may not be correct." from appearing on the next start after save. Signed-off-by: Dan Ponte <firstname.lastname@example.org>
wireguard-tools — tools for configuring WireGuard
This supplies the main userspace tooling for using and configuring WireGuard
tunnels, including the
utilities. This project supports Linux, OpenBSD, FreeBSD, macOS, Windows, and
More information may be found at WireGuard.com.
$ cd src $ make
There are no dependencies other than a good C compiler and a sane libc.
# make install
This command takes into account several environment variables:
The first section is rather standard. The second section is not:
WITH_BASHCOMPLETIONdecides whether or not bash completion files for the tools are installed. This is just a nice thing for people who have bash. If you don't have bash, or don't want this, set the environment variable to
no. If you'd like to force its use, even if bash-completion isn't detected in
DESTDIR, then set it to
WITH_WGQUICKdecides whether or not the wg-quick(8) script is installed. This is a very quick and dirty bash script for reading a few extra variables from wg(8)-style configuration files, and automatically configures the interface. If you don't have bash, you probably don't want this at all. Likewise, if you already have a working network management tool or configuration, you probably want to integrate wg(8) or the direct WireGuard API into your network manager, rather than using wg-quick(8). But for folks who like simple quick and dirty scripts, this is nice. If you'd like to force its use, even if bash isn't detected in DESTDIR, then set it to
WITH_SYSTEMDUNITSdecides whether or not systemd units are installed for wg-quick(8). If you don't use systemd, you certainly don't want this, and should set it to
no. If systemd isn't auto-detected, but you still would like to install it, set this to
DEBUGdecides whether to build with
-g, when set to
If you're a simple
make && make install kind of user, you can get away with
not setting these variables and relying on the auto-detection. However, if
you're writing a package for a distro, you'll want to explicitly set these,
depending on what you want.
contrib/ subdirectory contains various scripts and examples. Most of these
are not immediately useful for production use, but should provide inspiration for
creating fully-featured tools. See the
README in each directory.
This project is released under the GPLv2.