Slightly off topic SCO question

Trevor Antczak trevor at
Tue May 9 18:37:57 GMT 2000

Thanks for the help guys... Actually the problem was that the API headers had
never been installed (What kind of system requires you to seperatley install
api headers?).  Since I did not put this thing together in the first place, I
didn't know.  Seems to be working now.  I wish I could switch OS's but for
right now, I need SCO to run our CAD software (No Linux/BSD port).  Thanks for
the help....

Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton wrote:

> hi trevor, do a ./configure --enable-shared=no
> i tried compiling on sco, too, and libtool went "urgh, sco!".
> On Wed, 10 May 2000, Trevor Antczak wrote:
> > Hello,
> >
> > I'm having a problem compiling TNG 2.5 on a SCO OpenServer 5 box.  I
> > don't think the problem is related to Samba, but I am hoping someone
> > here might have an idea of what it is.  I had to install gcc on the box
> > myself (Earlier versions of SCO don't come with a compiler, latter
> > versions may, I don't know).  I installed a Custom package gcc from
> > their Skunkware site, and all seemed to go well.  Custom says gcc is
> > installed, the gcc command does what you'd expect when given no
> > arguments.. I assumed all was well (gcc 2.95 BTW).  Downloaded samba,
> > untarred, and typed ./configure.  Configure finds gcc, checks gcc -O,
> > and then comes back with "gcc cannot make executables, install failed"
> > or something to that effect, and bombs.  I am really hoping someone with
> > SCO experience can help me out with this one.  I can't find any doc's on
> > the matter, and I am not sure where to go from here.   I am beginning to
> > REALLY hate this OS.
> >
> > --
> > Thank you,
> > Trevor Antczak
> > Technology Manager
> > Steinmetz & Associates
> >
> >
> <a href=" mailto:lkcl at" > Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton    </a>
> <a href=""  > Samba and Network Development   </a>
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> <a href=""        > Macmillan Technical Publishing  </a>
> ISBN1578701503 DCE/RPC over SMB: Samba and Windows NT Domain Internals

Thank you,
Trevor Antczak
Technology Manager
Steinmetz & Associates

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