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SRC.CONF(5)		  FreeBSD File Formats Manual		   SRC.CONF(5)

NAME
     src.conf -- source	build options

DESCRIPTION
     The src.conf file contains	settings that will apply to every build
     involving the FreeBSD source tree;	see build(7).

     The src.conf file uses the	standard makefile syntax.  However, src.conf
     should not	specify	any dependencies to make(1).  Instead, src.conf	is to
     set make(1) variables that	control	the aspects of how the system builds.

     The default location of src.conf is /etc/src.conf,	though an alternative
     location can be specified in the make(1) variable SRCCONF.	 Overriding
     the location of src.conf may be necessary if the system-wide settings are
     not suitable for a	particular build.  For instance, setting SRCCONF to
     /dev/null effectively resets all build controls to	their defaults.

     The only purpose of src.conf is to	control	the compilation	of the FreeBSD
     source code, which	is usually located in /usr/src.	 As a rule, the	system
     administrator creates src.conf when the values of certain control vari-
     ables need	to be changed from their defaults.

     In	addition, control variables can	be specified for a particular build
     via the -D	option of make(1) or in	environment; see environ(7).

     The values	of variables are ignored regardless of their setting; even if
     they would	be set to ``FALSE'' or ``NO''.	Just the existence of an
     option will cause it to be	honoured by make(1).

     The following list	provides a name	and short description for variables
     that can be used for source builds.

     WITHOUT_ACPI
	     Set to not	build acpiconf(8), acpidump(8) and related programs.

     WITHOUT_ASSERT_DEBUG
	     Set to compile programs and libraries without the assert(3)
	     checks.

     WITHOUT_ATM
	     Set to not	build programs and libraries related to	ATM network-
	     ing.

     WITHOUT_AUDIT
	     Set to not	build audit support into system	programs.

     WITHOUT_AUTHPF
	     Set to not	build authpf(8).

     WITHOUT_BIND
	     Setting this variable will	prevent	any part of BIND from being
	     built.  When set, it also enforces	the following options:

	     WITHOUT_BIND_DNSSEC
	     WITHOUT_BIND_ETC
	     WITHOUT_BIND_LIBS_LWRES
	     WITHOUT_BIND_MTREE
	     WITHOUT_BIND_NAMED
	     WITHOUT_BIND_UTILS

     WITHOUT_BIND_DNSSEC
	     Set to avoid building or installing the DNSSEC related binaries,
	     dnssec-keygen(8) and dnssec-signzone(8).

     WITHOUT_BIND_ETC
	     Set to avoid installing the default files to
	     /var/named/etc/namedb.

     WITH_BIND_LIBS
	     Set to install BIND libraries and include files.

     WITHOUT_BIND_LIBS_LWRES
	     Set to avoid installing the lightweight resolver library in
	     /usr/lib.

     WITHOUT_BIND_MTREE
	     Set to avoid running mtree(8) to create the chroot	directory
	     structure under /var/named, and avoid creating an /etc/namedb
	     symlink to	the chroot directory.  When set, it also enforces the
	     following options:

	     WITHOUT_BIND_ETC

     WITHOUT_BIND_NAMED
	     Set to avoid building or installing named(8), named.reload(8),
	     named-checkconf(8), named-checkzone(8), rndc(8), and
	     rndc-confgen(8).

     WITHOUT_BIND_UTILS
	     Set to avoid building or installing the BIND userland utilities,
	     dig(1), host(1), nslookup(1), and nsupdate(8).

     WITHOUT_BLUETOOTH
	     Set to not	build Bluetooth	related	kernel modules,	programs and
	     libraries.

     WITHOUT_BOOT
	     Set to not	build the boot blocks and loader.

     WITHOUT_BZIP2
	     Set to not	build contributed bzip2	software as a part of the base
	     system.  The option has no	effect yet. When set, it also enforces
	     the following options:

	     WITHOUT_BZIP2_SUPPORT

     WITHOUT_BZIP2_SUPPORT
	     Set to build some programs	without	optional bzip2 support.

     WITHOUT_CALENDAR
	     Set to not	build calendar(1).

     WITHOUT_CDDL
	     Set to not	build code licensed under Sun's	CDDL.  When set, it
	     also enforces the following options:

	     WITHOUT_ZFS

     WITHOUT_CPP
	     Set to not	build cpp(1).

     WITHOUT_CRYPT
	     Set to not	build any crypto code.	When set, it also enforces the
	     following options:

	     WITHOUT_GSSAPI (can be overridden with WITH_GSSAPI)
	     WITHOUT_KERBEROS
	     WITHOUT_KERBEROS_SUPPORT
	     WITHOUT_OPENSSH
	     WITHOUT_OPENSSL

     WITHOUT_CVS
	     Set to not	build CVS.

     WITHOUT_CXX
	     Set to not	build g++(1) and related libraries.

     WITHOUT_DICT
	     Set to not	build the Webster dictionary files.

     WITHOUT_DYNAMICROOT
	     Set this if you do	not want to link /bin and /sbin	dynamically.

     WITHOUT_EXAMPLES
	     Set to avoid installing examples to /usr/share/examples/.

     WITHOUT_FORTH
	     Set to build bootloaders without Forth support.

     WITHOUT_FP_LIBC
	     Set to build libc without floating-point support.

     WITHOUT_GAMES
	     Set to not	build games.

     WITHOUT_GCOV
	     Set to not	build the gcov(1) tool.

     WITHOUT_GDB
	     Set to not	build gdb(1).

     WITHOUT_GNU
	     Set to not	build contributed GNU software as a part of the	base
	     system.  This option can be useful	if the system built must not
	     contain any code covered by the GNU Public	License	due to legal
	     reasons.  The option has no effect	yet. When set, it also
	     enforces the following options:

	     WITHOUT_GNU_SUPPORT

     WITHOUT_GNU_SUPPORT
	     Set to build some programs	without	optional GNU support.

     WITHOUT_GPIB
	     Set to not	build GPIB bus support.

     WITHOUT_GROFF
	     Set to not	build groff(1).

     WITHOUT_GSSAPI
	     Set to not	build libgssapi.

     WITH_HESIOD
	     Set to build Hesiod support.

     WITHOUT_HTML
	     Set to not	build HTML docs.

     WITHOUT_I4B
	     Set to not	build isdn4bsd package.

     WITH_IDEA
	     Set to build the IDEA encryption code.  This code is patented in
	     the USA and many European countries.  It is YOUR RESPONSIBILITY
	     to	determine if you can legally use IDEA.

     WITHOUT_INET6
	     Set to not	build programs and libraries related to	IPv6 network-
	     ing.  When	set, it	also enforces the following options:

	     WITHOUT_INET6_SUPPORT

     WITHOUT_INET6_SUPPORT
	     Set to build libraries, programs, and kernel modules without IPv6
	     support.

     WITHOUT_INFO
	     Set to not	make or	install	info(5)	files.

     WITHOUT_IPFILTER
	     Set to not	build IP Filter	package.

     WITHOUT_IPX
	     Set to not	build programs and libraries related to	IPX network-
	     ing.  When	set, it	also enforces the following options:

	     WITHOUT_IPX_SUPPORT
	     WITHOUT_NCP

     WITHOUT_IPX_SUPPORT
	     Set to build some programs	without	IPX support.

     WITHOUT_KERBEROS
	     Set this if you do	not want to build Kerberos 5 (KTH Heimdal).
	     When set, it also enforces	the following options:

	     WITHOUT_GSSAPI (can be overridden with WITH_GSSAPI)
	     WITHOUT_KERBEROS_SUPPORT

     WITHOUT_KERBEROS_SUPPORT
	     Set to build some programs	without	Kerberos support, like cvs(1),
	     ssh(1), telnet(1),	sshd(8), and telnetd(8).

     WITHOUT_KVM
	     Set to not	build the libkvm library as a part of the base system.
	     The option	has no effect yet. When	set, it	also enforces the fol-
	     lowing options:

	     WITHOUT_KVM_SUPPORT

     WITHOUT_KVM_SUPPORT
	     Set to build some programs	without	optional libkvm	support.

     WITHOUT_LIB32
	     On	amd64, set to not build	32-bit library set and a ld-elf32.so.1
	     runtime linker.

     WITHOUT_LIBKSE
	     Set to not	build the libkse (M:N threading) library.

     WITHOUT_LIBPTHREAD
	     Set to not	build either of	the libpthread providing libraries
	     (libthr (1:1) & libkse (M:N)).  When set, it also enforces	the
	     following options:

	     WITHOUT_BIND
	     WITHOUT_BIND_DNSSEC
	     WITHOUT_BIND_ETC
	     WITHOUT_BIND_LIBS_LWRES
	     WITHOUT_BIND_MTREE
	     WITHOUT_BIND_NAMED
	     WITHOUT_BIND_UTILS
	     WITHOUT_LIBKSE
	     WITHOUT_LIBTHR

     WITHOUT_LIBTHR
	     Set to not	build the libthr (1:1 threading) library.

     WITHOUT_LOCALES
	     Set to not	build localization files; see locale(1).

     WITHOUT_LPR
	     Set to not	build lpr(1) and related programs.

     WITHOUT_MAILWRAPPER
	     Set to not	build the mailwrapper(8) MTA selector.

     WITHOUT_MAN
	     Set to not	build manual pages.

     WITHOUT_NCP
	     Set to not	build programs,	libraries, and kernel modules related
	     to	NetWare	Core protocol.

     WITHOUT_NETCAT
	     Set to not	build nc(1) utility.

     WITHOUT_NIS
	     Set to not	build NIS(8) support and related programs.  If set,
	     you might need to adopt your nsswitch.conf(5) and remove `nis'
	     entries.

     WITHOUT_NLS
	     Set to not	build NLS catalogs.

     WITHOUT_NLS_CATALOGS
	     Set to not	build NLS catalog support for csh(1).

     WITHOUT_NS_CACHING
	     Set to disable name caching in the	nsswitch subsystem.  The
	     generic caching daemon, nscd(8), will not be built	either if this
	     option is set.

     WITHOUT_OBJC
	     Set to not	build Objective	C support.

     WITHOUT_OPENSSH
	     Set to not	build OpenSSH.

     WITHOUT_OPENSSL
	     Set to not	build OpenSSL.	When set, it also enforces the follow-
	     ing options:

	     WITHOUT_GSSAPI (can be overridden with WITH_GSSAPI)
	     WITHOUT_KERBEROS
	     WITHOUT_KERBEROS_SUPPORT
	     WITHOUT_OPENSSH

     WITHOUT_PAM
	     Set to not	build PAM library and modules.	This option is
	     deprecated	and does nothing. When set, it also enforces the fol-
	     lowing options:

	     WITHOUT_PAM_SUPPORT

     WITHOUT_PAM_SUPPORT
	     Set to build some programs	without	PAM support, particularly
	     ftpd(8) and ppp(8).

     WITHOUT_PF
	     Set to not	build PF firewall package.  When set, it also enforces
	     the following options:

	     WITHOUT_AUTHPF

     WITHOUT_PROFILE
	     Set to avoid compiling profiled libraries.

     WITHOUT_RCMDS
	     Disable building of the BSD r-commands.  This includes rlogin(1),
	     rsh(1), etc.

     WITHOUT_RCS
	     Set to not	build rcs(1) and related utilities.

     WITHOUT_RESCUE
	     Set to not	build rescue(8).

     WITHOUT_SENDMAIL
	     Set to not	build sendmail(8) and related programs.

     WITHOUT_SETUID_LOGIN
	     Set this to disable the installation of login(1) as a set-user-ID
	     root program.

     WITHOUT_SHAREDOCS
	     Set to not	build the 4.4BSD legacy	docs.

     WITHOUT_SSP
	     Set to not	build propolice	stack smashing protection library.

     WITHOUT_SYMVER
	     Set to disable symbol versioning when building shared libraries.

     WITHOUT_SYSCONS
	     Set to not	build syscons(4) support files such as keyboard	maps,
	     fonts, and	screen output maps.

     WITHOUT_TCSH
	     Set to not	build and install /bin/csh (which is tcsh(1)).

     WITHOUT_TOOLCHAIN
	     Set to not	install	programs used for program development, compil-
	     ers, debuggers etc.  The option does not work for build targets.
	     When set, it also enforces	the following options:

	     WITHOUT_GDB

     WITHOUT_USB
	     Set to not	build USB-related programs and libraries.

     WITHOUT_WPA_SUPPLICANT_EAPOL
	     Build wpa_supplicant(8) without support for the IEEE 802.1X pro-
	     tocol and without support for EAP-PEAP, EAP-TLS, EAP-LEAP,	and
	     EAP-TTLS protocols	(usable	only via 802.1X).

     WITHOUT_ZFS
	     Set to not	build ZFS file system.

     WITHOUT_ZONEINFO
	     Set to not	build the timezone database

FILES
     /etc/src.conf
     /usr/share/mk/bsd.own.mk

SEE ALSO
     make(1), make.conf(5), build(7), ports(7)

HISTORY
     The src.conf file appeared	in FreeBSD 7.0.

AUTHORS
     This manual page was autogenerated.

FreeBSD	10.1		       January 28, 2008			  FreeBSD 10.1

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