Compile error :lsarpcd
elrond at samba.org
Sat Aug 12 16:36:05 GMT 2000
Some important things:
- You should have noted somewhere, that you're trying to
compile Samba TNG.
- You should have read WHATSNEW.txt and noticed, that you
should post bug reports to samba-ntdom at samba.org
- I've set the reply-to to point to samba-ntdom at samba.org,
please answer to this list, if you need to answer.
Okay, but anyway an answer:
Nobody realy wanted SSL in TNG.
So SSL isn't realy supported.
You also shouldn't configure --with-profile, unless you
know, what it is good for and need it (it's also not used
I also don't know, wether PAM currently works nor anything
Have you read http://www.kneschke.de/projekte/samba_tng/
and you're sure, you need TNG?
pam-support _inside_ TNG doesn't make much sense.
On Sat, Aug 12, 2000 at 05:14:33PM +0200, Ralf Schuettendiebel <schuettendiebel at web.de> wrote:
> I am trying to configure Samba with the following options:
> ./configure --with-profile --with-syslog --with-pam --with-ldap --with-automoun t --with-ssl
> on my machine => linux 2.2.16 ,egcs-2.91.66 , 164MB memory, and when I run the 'make' command
> I get errors like the following:
> Compiling smbd/oplock_linux.c
> Linking bin/smbd
> Compiling msrpc/msrpcd.c
> Compiling msrpc/msrpcd_process.c
> Compiling lib/set_vuid.c
> Compiling lsarpcd/lsarpcd.c
> Compiling lsarpcd/srv_lsa.c
> Compiling lsarpcd/secret_db.c
> Compiling lsarpcd/srv_lsa_samdb.c
> Compiling rpc_server/srv_pipe_srv.c
> Compiling rpc_server/srv_pipe_noauth.c
> Linking bin/lsarpcd
> bin/.libs/libsmb.so: undefined reference to `sslutil_disconnect'
> bin/.libs/libsmb.so: undefined reference to `sslutil_connect'
> bin/.libs/libsamba.so: undefined reference to `sslFd'
> bin/.libs/libsmb.so: undefined reference to `sslutil_fd_is_ssl'
> bin/.libs/libsamba.so: undefined reference to `ssl'
> collect2: ld returned 1 exit status
> make: *** [bin/lsarpcd] Error 1
> root at maus:/usr/local/samba/source >
> Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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