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# Building the libcap/{cap.psx} Go packages, and examples.
#
# Note, we use symlinks to construct a go.mod build friendly tree. The
# packages themselves are intended to be (ultimately) found via proxy
# as "kernel.org/pub/linux/libs/security/libcap/cap" and
# "kernel.org/pub/linux/libs/security/libcap/psx". However, to
# validate their use on these paths, we fake such a structure in the
# build tree with symlinks and a vendor directory.
topdir=$(realpath ..)
include $(topdir)/Make.Rules
IMPORTDIR=kernel.org/pub/linux/libs/security/libcap
PKGDIR=pkg/$(GOOSARCH)/$(IMPORTDIR)
DEPS=../libcap/libcap.a ../libcap/libpsx.a
TESTS=compare-cap try-launching psx-signals mismatch
all: PSXGOPACKAGE CAPGOPACKAGE web setid gowns captree
$(DEPS):
$(MAKE) -C ../libcap all
../progs/tcapsh-static:
$(MAKE) -C ../progs tcapsh-static
vendor/$(IMPORTDIR) vendor/modules.txt:
mkdir -p "vendor/$(IMPORTDIR)"
echo "# $(IMPORTDIR)/psx v$(GOMAJOR).$(VERSION).$(MINOR)" > vendor/modules.txt
echo "$(IMPORTDIR)/psx" >> vendor/modules.txt
echo "# $(IMPORTDIR)/cap v$(GOMAJOR).$(VERSION).$(MINOR)" >> vendor/modules.txt
echo "$(IMPORTDIR)/cap" >> vendor/modules.txt
vendor/$(IMPORTDIR)/psx: vendor/modules.txt
ln -sf $(topdir)/psx vendor/$(IMPORTDIR)
touch ../psx
vendor/$(IMPORTDIR)/cap: vendor/modules.txt
ln -sf $(topdir)/cap vendor/$(IMPORTDIR)
touch ../cap
$(topdir)/libcap/cap_names.h:
$(MAKE) -C $(topdir)/libcap cap_names.h
good-names.go: $(topdir)/libcap/cap_names.h vendor/$(IMPORTDIR)/cap mknames.go
CC="$(CC)" $(GO) run -mod=vendor mknames.go --header=$< --textdir=$(topdir)/doc/values | gofmt > $@ || rm -f $@
diff -u ../cap/names.go $@
PSXGOPACKAGE: vendor/$(IMPORTDIR)/psx ../psx/*.go $(DEPS)
touch $@
CAPGOPACKAGE: vendor/$(IMPORTDIR)/cap ../cap/*.go good-names.go $(PSXGOPACKAGE)
touch $@
# Compiles something with this package to compare it to libcap. This
# tests more when run under sudotest (see ../progs/quicktest.sh for that).
compare-cap: compare-cap.go CAPGOPACKAGE
CC="$(CC)" CGO_ENABLED="1" $(CGO_LDFLAGS_ALLOW) CGO_CFLAGS="$(CGO_CFLAGS)" CGO_LDFLAGS="$(CGO_LDFLAGS)" $(GO) build $(GO_BUILD_FLAGS) -mod=vendor $<
web: ../goapps/web/web.go CAPGOPACKAGE
CC="$(CC)" CGO_ENABLED="$(CGO_REQUIRED)" $(CGO_LDFLAGS_ALLOW) $(GO) build $(GO_BUILD_FLAGS) -mod=vendor -o $@ $<
ifeq ($(RAISE_GO_FILECAP),yes)
$(MAKE) -C ../progs setcap
$(SUDO) ../progs/setcap cap_setpcap,cap_net_bind_service=p web
@echo "NOTE: RAISED cap_setpcap,cap_net_bind_service ON web binary"
endif
setid: ../goapps/setid/setid.go CAPGOPACKAGE PSXGOPACKAGE
CC="$(CC)" CGO_ENABLED="$(CGO_REQUIRED)" $(CGO_LDFLAGS_ALLOW) $(GO) build $(GO_BUILD_FLAGS) -mod=vendor -o $@ $<
gowns: ../goapps/gowns/gowns.go CAPGOPACKAGE
CC="$(CC)" CGO_ENABLED="$(CGO_REQUIRED)" $(CGO_LDFLAGS_ALLOW) $(GO) build $(GO_BUILD_FLAGS) -mod=vendor -o $@ $<
captree: ../goapps/captree/captree.go CAPGOPACKAGE
CC="$(CC)" CGO_ENABLED="$(CGO_REQUIRED)" $(CGO_LDFLAGS_ALLOW) $(GO) build $(GO_BUILD_FLAGS) -mod=vendor -o $@ $<
ok: ok.go
CC="$(CC)" CGO_ENABLED="0" $(GO) build $(GO_BUILD_FLAGS) -mod=vendor $<
try-launching: try-launching.go CAPGOPACKAGE ok
CC="$(CC)" CGO_ENABLED="$(CGO_REQUIRED)" $(CGO_LDFLAGS_ALLOW) $(GO) build $(GO_BUILD_FLAGS) -mod=vendor $<
ifeq ($(CGO_REQUIRED),0)
CC="$(CC)" CGO_ENABLED="1" $(CGO_LDFLAGS_ALLOW) $(GO) build $(GO_BUILD_FLAGS) -mod=vendor -o $@-cgo $<
endif
# This is a test case developed from the deadlock investigation,
# https://github.com/golang/go/issues/50113 . Note the psx-fd.go code
# works when compiled CGO_ENABLED=1, but deadlocks when compiled
# CGO_ENABLED=0. At the time of writing, this is true for go1.16+.
psx-fd: psx-fd.go PSXGOPACKAGE
CC="$(CC)" CGO_ENABLED="$(CGO_REQUIRED)" $(CGO_LDFLAGS_ALLOW) $(GO) build $(GO_BUILD_FLAGS) -mod=vendor -o $@ $<
ifeq ($(CGO_REQUIRED),0)
psx-fd-cgo: psx-fd.go PSXGOPACKAGE
CC="$(CC)" CGO_ENABLED="1" $(CGO_LDFLAGS_ALLOW) $(GO) build $(GO_BUILD_FLAGS) -mod=vendor -o $@ $<
endif
psx-signals: psx-signals.go PSXGOPACKAGE
CC="$(CC)" CGO_ENABLED="$(CGO_REQUIRED)" $(CGO_LDFLAGS_ALLOW) CGO_CFLAGS="$(CGO_CFLAGS)" CGO_LDFLAGS="$(CGO_LDFLAGS)" $(GO) build $(GO_BUILD_FLAGS) -mod=vendor $<
ifeq ($(CGO_REQUIRED),0)
psx-signals-cgo: psx-signals.go PSXGOPACKAGE
CC="$(CC)" CGO_ENABLED="1" $(CGO_LDFLAGS_ALLOW) CGO_CFLAGS="$(CGO_CFLAGS)" CGO_LDFLAGS="$(CGO_LDFLAGS)" $(GO) build $(GO_BUILD_FLAGS) -mod=vendor -o $@ $<
endif
b210613: b210613.go CAPGOPACKAGE
CC="$(CC)" CGO_ENABLED="$(CGO_REQUIRED)" $(CGO_LDFLAGS_ALLOW) CGO_CFLAGS="$(CGO_CFLAGS)" CGO_LDFLAGS="$(CGO_LDFLAGS)" $(GO) build $(GO_BUILD_FLAGS) -mod=vendor $<
b215283: b215283.go CAPGOPACKAGE
CC="$(CC)" CGO_ENABLED="$(CGO_REQUIRED)" $(CGO_LDFLAGS_ALLOW) CGO_CFLAGS="$(CGO_CFLAGS)" CGO_LDFLAGS="$(CGO_LDFLAGS)" $(GO) build $(GO_BUILD_FLAGS) -mod=vendor $<
ifeq ($(CGO_REQUIRED),0)
b215283-cgo: b215283.go CAPGOPACKAGE
CC="$(CC)" CGO_ENABLED="1" $(CGO_LDFLAGS_ALLOW) CGO_CFLAGS="$(CGO_CFLAGS)" CGO_LDFLAGS="$(CGO_LDFLAGS)" $(GO) build $(GO_BUILD_FLAGS) -mod=vendor -o $@ $<
endif
mismatch: mismatch.go PSXGOPACKAGE
CC="$(CC)" CGO_ENABLED="$(CGO_REQUIRED)" $(CGO_LDFLAGS_ALLOW) CGO_CFLAGS="$(CGO_CFLAGS)" CGO_LDFLAGS="$(CGO_LDFLAGS)" $(GO) build $(GO_BUILD_FLAGS) -mod=vendor $<
ifeq ($(CGO_REQUIRED),0)
mismatch-cgo: mismatch.go CAPGOPACKAGE
CC="$(CC)" CGO_ENABLED="1" $(CGO_LDFLAGS_ALLOW) CGO_CFLAGS="$(CGO_CFLAGS)" CGO_LDFLAGS="$(CGO_LDFLAGS)" $(GO) build $(GO_BUILD_FLAGS) -mod=vendor -o $@ $<
endif
test: setid gowns captree psx-fd $(TESTS)
CC="$(CC)" CGO_ENABLED="$(CGO_REQUIRED)" $(CGO_LDFLAGS_ALLOW) $(GO) test -mod=vendor $(IMPORTDIR)/psx
CC="$(CC)" CGO_ENABLED="$(CGO_REQUIRED)" $(CGO_LDFLAGS_ALLOW) $(GO) test -mod=vendor $(IMPORTDIR)/cap
LD_LIBRARY_PATH=../libcap ./compare-cap
./psx-signals
./mismatch || exit 0 ; exit 1
timeout 5 ./psx-fd || echo "this is a known Go bug"
ifeq ($(CGO_REQUIRED),0)
$(MAKE) psx-signals-cgo mismatch-cgo psx-fd-cgo
./psx-signals-cgo
./mismatch-cgo || exit 0 ; exit 1
./psx-fd-cgo
endif
./setid --caps=false
./gowns -- -c "echo gowns runs"
./captree 0
# Note, the user namespace doesn't require sudo, but I wanted to avoid
# requiring that the hosting kernel supports user namespaces for the
# regular test case.
sudotest: test ../progs/tcapsh-static b210613 b215283
../progs/tcapsh-static --has-b=cap_sys_admin || exit 0 && ./gowns --ns -- -c "echo gowns runs with user namespace"
./try-launching
ifeq ($(CGO_REQUIRED),0)
./try-launching-cgo
endif
$(SUDO) ./try-launching
ifeq ($(CGO_REQUIRED),0)
$(SUDO) ./try-launching-cgo
endif
$(SUDO) ../progs/tcapsh-static --cap-uid=$$(id -u) --caps="cap_setpcap=ep" --iab="^cap_setpcap" -- -c ./b210613
$(SUDO) ./b215283
ifeq ($(CGO_REQUIRED),0)
$(MAKE) b215283-cgo
$(SUDO) ./b215283-cgo
endif
# As of libcap-2.55 We stopped installing the cap and psx packages as
# part of the install. Most distribution's packagers skip the Go
# builds, so it was not well used any way. The new hotness is to just
# use Go modules and download the packages from a tagged release in
# the git repository. For an example of how to do this from scratch:
#
# https://sites.google.com/site/fullycapable/getting-started-with-go/building-go-programs-that-manipulate-capabilities
#
# For those brave souls that do include the Go build (testing) as part
# of their packaging, we reward them with a copy of the captree
# utility!
install: all
mkdir -p -m 0755 $(FAKEROOT)$(SBINDIR)
install -m 0755 captree $(FAKEROOT)$(SBINDIR)
clean:
rm -f *.o *.so *~ mknames ok good-names.go
rm -f web setid gowns captree
rm -f compare-cap try-launching try-launching-cgo
rm -f $(topdir)/cap/*~ $(topdir)/psx/*~
rm -f b210613 b215283 b215283-cgo psx-signals psx-signals-cgo
rm -f mismatch mismatch-cgo psx-fd psx-fd-cgo
rm -fr vendor CAPGOPACKAGE PSXGOPACKAGE go.sum