openslp  2.0.0
About: openSLP is an implementation of Service Location Protocol (RFC 2608).
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Openslp README

1 - Introduction
2 - Roadmap
3 - Build 
4 - Install 
5 - Users Guide
6 - Developers Guide
7 - FAQ

1 - Introduction
The OpenSLP project is an effort to develop an open-source implementation of
Service Location Protocol suitable for commercial and non-commercial 

OpenSLP 1.3.0 is a develper release of the cutting edge OpenSLP code.  If you
are looking for a stable release, you should download the latest revision of
the 1.2.x series. 

OpenSLP 1.2.1 is the second release of the 1.2.x series.  This release contains
several bug fixes - mostly accumlated through the efforts of the SuSE team in 
Germany. However, others have contributed as well over time. 

Known Issues:

   - This code works on Linux and Windows, but has not been thoroughly tested 
     on Solaris or other platforms. Please help out in this respect. Please
     feel free to send patches for your OS directly to me or to the mailing list.

2 - Roadmap
For more information about the roadmap for OpenSLP 1.2.x please take a look at

3 - Building OpenSLP
Building OpenSLP requires the proper installation of automake, autoconf and
libtool.  To build OpenSLP please use the following steps:

    - Unzip and untar the openslp-x.x.x.tar.gz tarball.
      $ tar -zxf openslp-x.x.x.tar.gz 
    - Run the script to generate configure script. Do not be
      alarmed if the autogen script prints a few errors.  Try the resulting
      configure (next step) script anyway.  If the ./configure script already
      exists, skip running ./
      $ cd openslp-x.x.x
      $ ./
    - Run the configure script to create openslp make files.  Please note that
      the configure script accepts several --enable-xxxx and --disable-xxxx
      options that should be interesting to you.  Run ./configure --help and 
      read the details of each of these switches. If the configure
      script fails... now you have a problem.
      $ ./configure --help
      $ ./configure
    - Run the top level make file (you need to use GNU make)
      $ make
    - If the make is successful, look for the following binaries:

4 - Installing OpenSLP       
To install OpenSLP make the install target in the top level make file
    $ make install
Installation of OpenSLP creates the following files:
    /usr/lib/ (and several appropriate links)
    /etc/slp.conf          (old slp.conf is renamed)
    /etc/slp.reg           (old slp.reg is renamed)

5 - OpenSLP Users Guide 
Rather than be repetitive in this document, the reader is refered to a fairly
complete OpenSLP users guide that is available in the doc/html directory
of the OpenSLP distribution or on the web at:
The OpenSLp users guide gives instruction on how network and system
administrators should configure and use OpenSLP once it is installed

6 - OpenSLP Programmers Guide
Again, to avoid repetition, the reader is refered to a the Programmers Guide
available in the doc/html directory of the OpenSLP distribution or on the web 
7 - FAQ
The frequently asked questions have been moved to a faq.html file located in 
the doc directory of the OpenSLP tarball.