HEAD and 3.0 configure broken

Simo Sorce simo.sorce at xsec.it
Mon Feb 3 00:37:12 GMT 2003

I know it is possible :-)
I was only trying to make people who broke it, to repair it asap ;-)

It was an SDS ("Subliminal" Developer Stimulation :-)


On Sun, 2003-02-02 at 21:25, Brian Poole wrote:
> Quoting Simo Sorce (simo.sorce at xsec.it) from  2 February 2003:
> > checking whether to build winbind... yes
> > checking whether struct passwd has pw_comment... no
> > checking whether struct passwd has pw_age... no
> > checking for poptGetContext in -lpopt... no
> > checking whether to use included popt... yes
> > checking configure summary... configure: error: summary failure.
> > Aborting config
> > 
> > 
> > seem the HEAD and 3.0 are not able to finish ./configure
> > can somone check what happened?
> If you actually look in the logs, its quite apparent whats wrong. The
> configure attempts to link the summary test with libraries that do not
> exist on the hosts. I imagine this would be easy enough to fix with a 
> couple tweaks to the configure to make less assumptions.
> According to the build farm it is broken on OpenBSD & older FreeBSDs
> due to -lroken not being found and on one RH 7.2 machine with -lkrb5.
> You can probably hand tweak it for your build until it gets fixed in
> tree (I would assume someone will fix it before too long as its 
> pretty obviously broken.) I did this a while back when I was trying
> to build samba-cvs on my OpenBSD machine for some testing.. very 
> easy to fix but it was still busted in compilation stages with other
> problems so I dropped it. I believe I reported the configure bustage
> back then as well and it was fixed for a bit.
> -b 
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