[Samba] compile samba 4.10.2 centos 7.6
sergio at serjux.com
Sun Apr 14 03:43:50 UTC 2019
On Sat, 2019-04-13 at 07:43 -0400, Nico Kadel-Garcia via samba wrote:
> On Fri, Apr 12, 2019 at 7:20 AM Andreas Habel via samba
> <samba at lists.samba.org> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I managed to compile 4.10.0 under CentOS 7.6. I did the following:
> I'll put muney down that you did not get it working as a full domain
> controller. The"--with-dc" option activates a gnutls >= 3.4.7
At least for samba 4.8.x, you only need gnutls >= 3.4.7 if you use MIT
kbr, old kbr don't need it .
Anyway I did one gnutls-3.4.7 package (compat-gnutls34) for Centos 7
> > - update the yum package repository cache: sudo yum makecache
> > - install yum-utils: sudo yum install yum-utils
> > - add the IUS package repository: sudo yum install
> > https://centos7.iuscommunity.org/ius-release.rpm
> > - update the yum package repository cache again: sudo yum makecache
> > - install Python 3.6 including PIP: sudo yum install -y python36u
> > python36u-libs python36u-devel python36u-pip
> > - check version: python3.6 -V
> > Python 3.6.7
> > - Install dnspython (seems to be necessary): pip3.6 install
> > dnspython
> "pip install" is not OK in any production tools. in my very strong
> personal opinion. It's why I publish SRPM's for many distinct python
> modules. You simply do not know which version of a module, or which
> version of a module dependency, you will wind up with depending on
> what has updated on pypi.org and what you already have installed. It
> is an unpredictable crapshoot. I just ran into this in force when
> someone casually ran "pip instlal awscli", which was already present,
> and the umask was set to 077 and broke other new dependencies for
> non-root users.
> pip, like CPAN, ant, maven, gradle, and rubygems, is prone to
> in new and incompatible components at unpredictable times. It
> shouldn't be used for production setups without great caution. That
> said, I've been publishing updates to the old "py2pack" tool, used to
> build SRPM's and RPM's from Python modules. The toolchain for that is
> at https://github.com/nkadel/py2packrepo .
> RHEL 7 has the Python2 version of dnspython. Just for you, I just put
> up https://github.com/nkadel/python-dnspython-srpm, which has hooks
> build the python3 RPM.
> > Follow the instructions given in the wiki:
> > https://wiki.samba.org/index.php/Build_Samba_from_Source
> > Prior to running the configure command, you have to define the
> > PYHTON env. variable: export PYTHON=/usr/bin/python3.6
> I believe you meant "PYTHON", not "PYHTON ", right?
> The RPM macro "python_provide" does not work for python3 components
> RHEL 7 or CentOS 7. That doesn't break compilation per-so, but it
> screw up packaging the python3 modules on RHEL 7 for That makes it
> very awkward to repackage and bundle for Samba the "libtdb",
> "libtalloc", "libtdb", and :"libtevent" libraries used by both Samba
> and other critical systems on RHEL such as gnome-shell and nfs-utils.
> I'm really leery of building and publishing those outside of the
> standard RHEL layout.
> Nico Kadel-Garcia
Sérgio M. B.
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