Re: Build failing on Solaris 9

From: Igor Brezac (no email)
Date: Thu Jun 09 2005 - 15:52:06 EDT

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    On Thu, 9 Jun 2005 wrote:

    > On Thu, Jun 09, 2005 at 10:56:16AM -0700, Howard Chu wrote:
    >>
    >> cd plugins; make digestmd5.lo CFLAGS=-E
    >
    > Thanks, that saved me an awful lot of near-miss thrashing. Sorry I
    > didn't already know.
    >
    > ...
    >
    > I'm not sure what to make of my results.
    >
    > If I try to make digestmd5.lo immediately after the configure phase, I
    > get a missing file error, though unlike the one I was getting before.
    >
    > Supposing that this isn't so surprising, next I tried to build the whole
    > package, watched it fail with the same error I've been getting, and then
    > re-tried the command above. This time the -E command completes
    > successfully, and I do get a digestmd5.lo.
    >
    > Here's where we crash once more on the rocks of my ignorance... I looked
    > through that file, found lots of references to include directories with
    > header files in them, but no occurance of the string "des". I'm
    > probably looking for the wrong thing. Little (more) help?
    >
    > Meanwhile Igor's message showed up, and I looked through config.h.
    >
    > $ egrep '(HAVE_DES_H|WITH_DES|WITH_SSL_DES)' config.h
    > /* #undef HAVE_DES_H */
    > #define WITH_DES
    > /* #undef WITH_SSL_DES */

    Configure did not find openssl.

    Check config.log for clues.

    -Igor

    >
    > I'm not sure if that's right or not, but I tried adding
    > --with-ssl=/opt/pkgs/openssl to my ./configure line, and that didn't
    > make any difference. Same #define, same commented-out #undef's. That's
    > what I would expect, since from various lines of compiler output it does
    > seem that the build process looks under canonical directories in /opt,
    > and my openssl is symlinked into those directories.
    >
    > For the sake of comparison, next I tried putting "--without-des" back
    > into my ./configure line. That did make a difference,
    >
    > /* #undef HAVE_DES_H */
    > /* #undef WITH_DES */
    > /* #undef WITH_SSL_DES */
    >
    > ...for whatever it's worth.
    >
    > So, what should I be expecting if everything is working correctly?
    >
    >

    -- 
    Igor
    

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