[Samba] RE: Samba 'make install' chokes on textproc/expat2 & now
WD at US-Webmasters.com
Mon Sep 20 04:47:03 GMT 2004
At 14:24 9/19/2004, JohnsoBS at vicksburg.navy.mil, wrote:
>Personally, unless one has great need not to, I highly recommend upgrading
>to samba3 to start with. The perfomance gains alone I found well worth it.
>Plus if you plan to integrate into a network with 2k/XP/2K3, it will greatly
OK. I tried to install samba 3.0.7,1. Got the same error:
textproc/expat2 is already installed - perhaps an older version?
If so, you may wish to `make deinstall' and install
this port again by `make reinstall' to upgrade it properly.
If you really wish to overwrite the old port of textproc/expat2
without deleting it first, set the variable "FORCE_PKG_REGISTER"
in your environment or the "make install" command line.
So, I went to:
That seemed to work. So I went back to:
and again entered:
Got another error:
===> samba-3.0.7,1 depends on shared library: ldap-2.2.7 - not found
===> Verifying install for ldap-2.2.7 in /usr/ports/net/openldap22-client
You can build openldap-client-2.2.15 with the following options:
WITH_SASL with (Cyrus) SASL2 support
Dependency warning: used OpenSSL version contains known vulerabilities
Please update or define either WITH_OPENSSL_BASE or WITH_OPENSSL_PORT
*** Error code 1
Stop in /usr/prts/net/openldap22-client.
*** Error code 1
Stop in /usr/ports/net/samba3.
OK. I Googled for this problem with all sorts of variations
of keywords, and nothing showed that would point me in the
What is the simple way to get past this and install Samba????
>From: W. D. [mailto:WD at US-Webmasters.com]
>Sent: Sunday, September 19, 2004 9:18 PM
>To: freebsd-questions at freebsd.org; samba at lists.samba.org
>Subject: Samba 'make install' chokes on textproc/expat2
>Can't get Samba 2.2.11 to install. Has anyone encountered
>a problem with textproc/expat2?
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