Solaris 9 build (configure) error's
16 Jul 2004 17:03:28 +0200
Bryan Loniewski <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> That was indeed the case! Thanks Pete. I needed to
> ./configure LDFLAGS= CPPFLAGS=
> and all worked... using --with-lib-path and --with-include-path did
> not seem to work,
Are you saying you used --with-lib-path and --with-include-path with no
arg? That's not how they're supposed to be used, if it works at all,
it should just be a nop.
Anyway, if you know exactly what LDFLAGS and CPPFLAGS you want to use,
setting them on the configure command line is the right thing to do.
> If the developers would like to fix this I can email you the config.log of
> the 'working' and 'non-working' instances?
If you mail me the config.log, I can have a look at it. --with-*-path
works for me, on Solaris.
> On a side note, the 1.4.3 code does not do what I need it to (trusted host based auth
> only, when trying to run lshd with --no-password --no-publickey it
> core dumps),
Sorry, host based authentication is not supported. I think you're the
first one who ever asks about that feature. I haven't really thought
about it, but I don't want to ever recommend making the lsh client
program setuid root. And it seems hard to support host based
authentication without making something setuid. Server-only support
could be done, I guess, but I'm not sure how useful that is.
> I downloaded the latest 1.5.5 development code, and when 'make'ing
> ran into a snag, a patch is provided below.
Thanks, checked in now.