[Samba] Non-installation of Samba

Heald, Richard Richard.Heald at alliance-leicester.co.uk
Tue Dec 10 16:31:45 GMT 2002


I am attempting install of samba 2.2.7 on a Sequent (IBM) Dynix 4.4.6

I downloaded the samba-latest.tar from the samba website:


Having unzipped and untarred the file, I then started as per the "how to",
very first part.

I ran "./configure" which generated a number of messages before failing as

checking for kernel change notify support... no
checking for kernel share modes... no
checking for IRIX kernel oplock type definitions... no
checking for irix specific capabilities... no
checking for int16 typedef included by rpc/rpc.h... no
checking for uint16 typedef included by rpc/rpc.h... no
checking for int32 typedef included by rpc/rpc.h... no
checking for uint32 typedef included by rpc/rpc.h... no
checking for conflicting AUTH_ERROR define in rpc/rpc.h... no
checking for test routines... configure: error: cant find test code.
Aborting config

I have searched the documentation for troubleshooting concerning install to
no avail.  Please can you help, or point me in the right direction.


Richard Heald (0116 272 6294)


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