[Samba] Re: help compiling
don_mccall at hp.com
Tue Apr 9 14:43:02 GMT 2002
On an HP-UX system, this type of error would mean that you are not using an
ansi c standard compiler - see, if the compiler fails for some reason (it
doesn't like the options it's passed, for instance), then it will fail to
build the little test program that configure is using to test to see if a
particular function is valid on your system. Configure can't tell the
difference between the compiler failing to compile the test program, and the
test program failing - so either way, it marks the function as not
With something as BASIC as seteuid method or automated network interface
stuff failing, its more likely a problem with your compiler. So look at the
config.log file, searching for
"checking for setresuid"
and see what your compiler is complaining about. Chances are that you need
a later version of gcc for your OS...
From: Russ Gilman-Hunt [mailto:r_gilman at hotp.com]
Sent: Tuesday, April 09, 2002 6:25 PM
To: Bob Crandell; samba at lists.samba.org
Subject: Re: [Samba] Re: help compiling
On Tuesday 09 April 2002 13:57, Bob Crandell wrote:
> I'm new here but I believe this is a no blush zone.
> Try ./configure --with-winbind=no
> It defaults to being on.
Hmm, yes, I see that. In my configure printout, it looks like it decides not
to build winbind, and then "checks configure summary" and starts complaing
that point. (the ./configure --with-winbind=no failed as well, but didn't do
the 'checking whether to build winbind' thing. )
This error has happened to people before (in 1999, for instance):
but I still can't see a way around it. I was kind of hoping it was a common
mistake / FAQ :)
> Russ Gilman-Hunt (r_gilman at hotp.com) wrote*:
> >My kernel looks like this: 2.4.18
> >and my ./configure is: ./configure *blush*
> >FWIW, I threw all those same flags into my configuration and it died at
> > the same place. >>
> >checking whether to build winbind... no, no unix domain socket support on
> >checking configure summary
> >WARNING: No automated network interface determination
> >ERROR: no seteuid method available
> >configure: error: summary failure. Aborting config
> >I don't need to provide secure server services; I need to connect to the
> > file servers at work, that are allegedly available over "windows" shares
> > ( most everyone connects to them via appleshare)... and my previous
> > version of samba died with an error during protocol negotiation.
> >Thanks for your help, Bob!
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