[Samba] Compile Samba-2.2.4
ffrank at rz.uni-potsdam.de
Tue Jun 18 10:32:02 GMT 2002
ffrank at rz.uni-potsdam.de (Frank Fürst) wrote, that's me:
> > Finally the QUESTION: After I get a good grip on Samba I'd like to blow
> > away the Machine and start the Debian install from scratch. This time I'd
> > like to do it write. Install only those packages needed to install SAMBA -
> > with LDAP (and of course OPENLDAP). Where can I find all the NAMES of the
> > dependencies / packages / compilers I need to have on the machine in order
> > to get this beast compiled correctly.
> After you've downloaded the debianized sources, in samba_2.2.4-1.dsc
> (the last digit may change).
And that was wrong, because the standard Debian compile is without
ldap. The strict way is to examine the makefiles and, perhaps, ask
in which package a particular file can be found. You can also try
apt-cache search ldap |less
which I did -- I guess you need
and perhaps libpam-ldap if pam is involved.
Frank Fürst, physikalische Biochemie, Universität Potsdam, Germany
Tel.: +49-331-977-5244 Fax: +49-331-977-5062
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