gpgkeys_ldap doesn't get compiled
Tue Jul 22 13:55:02 2003
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On Tue, Jul 22, 2003 at 01:02:06PM +0200, Sebastian Stein wrote:
> I've downloaded the source of 1.2.2 and did:
> sh configure --prefix=/usr
> configure says:
> checking whether to enable external keyserver helpers... yes
> checking whether LDAP keyserver support is requested... yes
> But make doesn't build the file in keyserver/. Doing a make in this
> directory just says nothing to do. After make of the whole package,
> keyserver/ looks like:
Those two configure lines essentially mean "I request LDAP support".
That doesn't mean that your system is capable of delivering on that
request. Look for:
checking whether LDAP via "-lldap" is present and sane... yes
or something similar (as configure checks for several different LDAP
libraries before giving up).
If the answer to those questions is "no", you need an LDAP library on
your system for gpgkeys_ldap to be built.
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