From: Colin Tuckley <colintu@us...> - 2003-01-14 14:52:48
Update of /cvsroot/mixmaster/Mix/Win
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added Windows README
--- NEW FILE: README.WIN ---
Mixmaster 2.9 -- anonymous remailer software -- (C) 1999 - 2002 Anonymizer Inc.
This is the README.WIN file for the Windows distribution of MixMaster.
PREVIEW VERSION -- WARNING: THIS SOFTWARE IS UNDER DEVELOPMENT!
Some functionality may not be complete until the 3.0 release.
Please read the standard README file in conjunction with this file.
1. Install OpenSSL
Download the OpenSSL source package and extract it to a suitable directory
Follow the instructions in INSTALL.W32 which is included with the package.
2. Download the latest Mixmaster source package from SourceForge.net and extract
it into a suitable directory (e.g. c:\mixmaster-2.9.0).
3. Copy the following files from the OpenSSL package you built in
step 1 into the mixmaster tree.
c:\openssl-0.9.7\inc32\openssl\*.* -> c:\mixmaster-2.9.0\Src\include\openssl\
c:\openssl-0.9.7\out32dll\libeay32.* -> c:\mixmaster-2.9.0\Src\
4. Copy the two makefiles mix.mak and mixlib.mak from c:\mixmaster-2.9.0\Win\ to
5. Start a command line (Dos) session and cd \mixmaster-2.9.0\Src
6. Build the mixmaster library by typing "nmake -f mixlib.mak"
There will be some compiler warnings which can be ignored.
7. Build the mixmaster executable by typing "nmake -f mix.mak"
8. Copy the files mix.exe and mixlib.dll from c:\mixmaster-2.9.0\Src\Release to a suitable
mixmaster run directory (e.g. c:\mix).
9. Copy c:\mixmaster-2.9.0\Src\libeay32.dll to the same mixmaster run directory.
10. Copy the other files required to run mixmaster from c:\mixmaster-2.9.0\conf
to the same mixmaster run directory.
Mixmaster may be redistributed and modified under certain conditions.
This software is distributed on an "AS IS" basis, WITHOUT WARRANTY OF
ANY KIND, either express or implied. See the file COPYRIGHT for
A license is required to use the IDEA(TM) algorithm for commercial
purposes; see the file idea.txt for details.
Mixmaster uses the compression library zlib by Jean-loup Gailly and Mark
Adler, the free ncurses library and the regex library by Philip Hazel.
This product includes cryptographic software written by Eric Young
(eay@...). This product includes software developed by the
OpenSSL Project for use in the OpenSSL Toolkit (http://www.OpenSSL.org/).
For some platforms: This product includes software developed by the
University of California, Berkeley and its contributors.
All trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
$Id: README.WIN,v 126.96.36.199 2003/01/14 14:52:37 colintu Exp $