The Samba-Bugzilla – Bug 436
wrong path to popt.h in include/includes.h
Last modified: 2005-11-14 09:30:53 UTC
I tried to compile rc3 on Solaris 8 and I received the following error:
In file included from dynconfig.c:21
include/includes.h:843:18: popt.h: No such file or directory
In includes.h there is the entry
"include "popt.h" but popt.h is in popt/popt.h
I have modified includes.h to the right path and now I can compile rc3.
Please change it in includes.h
Thomas, did your system detect an installed version of popt when running
configure? I am guessing that configure detected libpopt but there is no popt.h
header file installed. You can also try compiling with --with-included-popt.
Changing component to build environment, reassigning to me.
> Ok, if I run configure --with-included-popt
> --with-acl-support and then start make, everything works
> fine with the original includes.h. The "bug-report" is based
> on configure --with-acl-support, which I always used in
> the past (2.2.x) and always leeded me to a succusfull build
> of Samba. Ok, obviously it si not a bug in Samba, sorry.
> Btw, you are doing a great job with Samba, go on like this.
originally reported against one of the 3.0.0rc[1-4] releases.
Cleaning up non-production versions.