From: Simon Matter (simon dot matter at ch dot sauter-bc dot com)
Date: Wed May 12 2004 - 01:37:24 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.
Hmm, which package are you talking about? I don't find a cyrus-sasl
package in Dag's Repository.
Then, did you install the mysql packages from mysql.org, or are you using
the packages shipped with Whitebox linux? My rpms work with stock,
unmodified distributions. If people install packages from other vendors,
there is no way for me make sure it still builds.
> 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
>> > 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
>> 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;
> Edward Rudd <eddie at omegaware dot com>
> Website http://www.outoforder.cc/