[Samba] Compiling 3.4.0 on SPARC Solaris 9

Nigel.Pain at scotland.gsi.gov.uk Nigel.Pain at scotland.gsi.gov.uk
Wed Sep 9 10:30:24 MDT 2009

I've been trying to compile Samba 3.4.0 on a Solaris 9 server. However,
when I run configure, it is only creating a Makefile-noincludes, not the
standard Makefile. Looking at the config.log file, there are lines that
suggest that it can't find the libiconv libraries. These are installed
(version 1.11) in /usr/local so I tried re-running configure with the
option --with-libiconv=/usr/local. However, this also fails as conftest
now will not compile.

Thanks in advance for any suggestions.

Nigel Pain
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