Compile problems on Solaris 2.6
raeburn at MIT.EDU
Mon Oct 30 20:36:26 EST 2006
On Oct 26, 2006, at 23:06, Tom Maddox wrote:
> Well, upgrading isn't completely out of the question, but it'll be
> more painful for sure. I'll mail you some 2.6 CDs if that will help
> with testing. :)
Naw, you'd still have to convince us to expend a machine on Solaris
> What you see is what's in the log. I think it is running a version
> check; a post to the group indicates that my problem there may be
> related to the fact that /usr/ucb is in my path, so I took that out
> and am in the process of testing the results. What seems to be
> happening in this case is that cc doesn't mind the "--version" flag
> (although it doesn't recognize it), but ld does mind exits in the
> manner that you see.
Hm, well, I don't think we *ever* test with /usr/ucb/cc, just gcc and
the sunsoft compiler (v11 now, v7 or v8 previously).
>> Try conditionalizing the definition of krb5int_in6addr_any with
>> "#ifdef KRB5_USE_INET6". (That macro should not be defined in
>> include/autoconf.h on your system.) There may be other related
>> problems waiting for you, though.
> I'll see what I can do. Where should I look for that definition?
fake-addrinfo.c -- its definition was the cause of the errors you
reported in that file.
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