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Re: [Condor-users] Build problems on ArchLinux
- Date: Thu, 15 Oct 2009 00:19:06 +0300
- From: "Ciprian Dorin, Craciun" <ciprian.craciun@xxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: [Condor-users] Build problems on ArchLinux
Thanks, it kind of worked. I've also added a --disable-static
(there is an issue with libcrypto, which also requires -ldl in case of
static build), and --without-krb5 (it seems that my krb5 is too new,
and I have compilation errors...)
On Wed, Oct 14, 2009 at 3:44 PM, Timothy St. Clair <tstclair@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Your krb5 build issues are usually a result of building an old package
> with an updated version of gcc.
> If you are building on a non-listed platform you will likely need to
> perform a "clipped" & "proper" build.
> "clipped" will eliminate standard universe dependencies
> "proper" will build against the packages from your distro (which you may
> need to install).
> To perform this:
> ./configure --enable-proper --disable-full-port
> --disable-gcc-version-check --disable-glibc-version-check
> You will likely have to scan the configure output, and install the
> dependencies which may be missing.
> Good Luck,
> On 10/14/2009 03:10 AM, Ciprian Dorin, Craciun wrote:
>> Hello all!
>> I'm trying to build Condor (latest versions, either stable or
>> development, 7.2.4, respectively 7.3.1), but I'm having an issue with
>> the compilation, more exactly it breaks on compilinc krb5 package with
>> an error related to EIA_NODATA. (I've tried to update the krb source
>> code to comment out the lines, but it seems that the compilation
>> procedure overrides the updates, probably it unarchives the sources
>> So any help? Anyone build recepies? (I have GCC 4.1.1, and Glibc 2.10.1.)
>> And another related question: is there somewhare a more detailed
>> documentation about the build process (more specific, what each
>> ./configure option does (in more words than by looking at ./configure
>> Ciprian Craciun.