Issue compiling ocserv 0.11.0

Björn Ketelaars bjorn.ketelaars at
Tue Apr 19 14:28:46 PDT 2016

On Mon, Feb 22, 2016 at 7:46 PM, Nikos Mavrogiannopoulos <
n.mavrogiannopoulos at> wrote:
> If you could verify that the gitlab-ci-runner above runs on openbsd,
> then if you could provide me with brief instructions on how to setup an
> image that I can use to compile ocserv would be great.


My own attempt to port the gitlab-ci-runner to OpenBSD failed miserably.
Another OpenBSD user recently shared his work [0]. Albeit not yet officially
imported in the ports-tree, the port builds on OpenBSD current. I'm not
familiar with the runner so I'm unable to test extensively.

Setting up an 'image' for the runner that is able to run jobs locally could be
as easy as:
1.) Installing OpenBSD by following the install guide [1] (I would like to
  advice to use current);
2.) Retrieving a copy of the OpenBSD ports tree [2]
3.) Extraction of the port [0] in ports/devel, followed by
4.) make install

When (and if) the port is imported in the OpenBSD ports tree a precompiled
package will be made available and steps 2 to 4 can be replaced by an easy
"pkg_add portname-runner".

Build dependencies are already available as packages and can be installed
using pkg_add

Does the above information suffice?


Björn Ketelaars <bjorn.ketelaars at>
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