[Samba] Re: help compiling

Bob Crandell bob at assuredcomp.com
Tue Apr 9 19:00:03 GMT 2002

Russ, this is my gcc info:

gcc version 2.95.3 20010315 (release)

MCCALL,DON (HP-USA,ex1) (don_mccall at hp.com) wrote*:
>Hello Russ,
>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...
>Good luck,
>-----Original Message-----
>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
>> >linux-gnu
>> >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!
>> >
>> >-Russ

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