[Samba] configure error with --enable-dmalloc

ww m-pubsyssamba pubsyssamba at bbc.co.uk
Tue Dec 16 10:15:16 GMT 2003

Hi Gerry/All,

  I've tried running with sh -x but this only provides information on the first few commands when running configure, I assume the others are being executed in sub shells (processes). I've also looked at config.log and can't see anything that looks meaningful or related to the problem (I haven't included this as even compressed it's to big an attachment). I have looked in the configure script and it is the last five or so lines that are failing, and all they seem to be doing is echoing some information on enabling dmalloc. Does anyone know what these commands are, could be that Samba will actually compile ok but I didn't get the message telling me how to enable dmalloc,

		thanks Andy.

-----Original Message-----
From: Gerald (Jerry) Carter [mailto:jerry at samba.org]
Posted At: 12 December 2003 16:09
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Conversation: [Samba] configure error with --enable-dmalloc
Subject: Re: [Samba] configure error with --enable-dmalloc

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ww m-pubsyssamba wrote:
 > Hi Gerry & list,
 > 	I assume you mean /usr/ucb as I have no /usr/usb

Yeah.  Sorry.  typo.

 > directory, however /usr/ucb or /usr/usb are not in my
 > PATH at all and when I tried a configure with /usr/ucb
 > listed at the end of my PATH I still get exactly the same
 > error,

Check for any errors list at the end of config.log.or maybe
run sh -x configure <other options herer> to see what
configure is actually exectuting at the end.

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