From: Edward Rudd (eddie at omegaware dot com)
Date: Tue May 11 2004 - 22:31:08 EDT
I'm using Whitebox linux (recompile of RHEL3) with Dag Wieers RPM
Repository, and the RH9 src RPM worked out of the box.. I didn't believe
I had to change a thing, but if you did, you might want to pass them
along to Simon so he can update his SRPMS.
On Tue, 2004-05-11 at 16:13, Eric B. wrote:
> "Edward Rudd" <eddie at omegaware dot com> wrote in message
> news:1083998226 dot 9635 dot 71 dot camel at urkle dot vernon dot hills dot dot dot
> > Best option for RPMS is to use Simon matter's RPMS.
> > http://www.invoca.ch/pub/packages/cyrus-sasl/
> > The difference between the 3 source rpms (top levl, fc1, and rh9) is the
> > Berkeley DB that each depends on.. the top-level works on RH 7.3 type
> > systems.. Fc1 works, on Fedora Core 1.. rh9 works on RedHat 9, and
> > RHEL3.
> > These RPMS are best for an Redhat system, and are pretty much stock
> > source except for one small feature patch. (can't remember off the top
> > of my head what it was, but something that doesn't affect much of
> > anything).
> I personally needed to use the FC1 SPRMS to build on RHEL3, due to a newer
> version of automake.
> The other issue I ran into (thanks to Nels Lindquist for solving it) was
> that I was having trouble linking to the mysqlclient library. The
> cyrus-sasl.spec file had to be updated to read:
> Line 179: LIBS="-lcrypt -lz"; export LIBS;
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