[Auth_ldap] Compiling auth_ldap into apache
david at bishop.dhs.org
Wed Feb 7 12:42:11 PST 2001
Today is unofficial follow-up-your-own-email day! As such, I would like to
say that apparently, the version of ldap I am using is the one that comes
with Solaris 7. This is evidenced by "head"ing ldap.h and seeing that it's
copyright Sun Microsystems, 1998. Will that not work? Do I need to install
one of the other SDK's, or can I hack around it? Heh, well, change that
sentence to read "get someone else to hack around it and send me a diff" and
it would come closer to my skill level B-)
On Wed, 07 Feb 2001 13:12:59 -0700, auth_ldap at rudedog.org said:
> Stupid question: how do I determine what SDK I am using? I looked for a
> command along the lines of ldap-config (like gtk-config and the like) but
> didn't find anything. I'm not the main sysadmin on this box, so I don't know
> the software installed inside and out like I should :-(
> On 07 Feb 2001 12:07:32 -0800, Dave Carrigan said:
> > "David Bishop" <david at bishop.dhs.org> writes:
> > > bash-2.04$ make
> > > gcc -c -o auth_ldap.o -DSOLARIS2=251 -DUSE_EXPAT -I../lib/expat-lite
> > > -DWITH_OPENLDAP -I/u/wwwpe/apache_1.3.9/include -I/usr/include auth_ldap.c
> > > In file included from auth_ldap.c:19:
> > > auth_ldap.h:111: conflicting types for `ldap_search_ext_s'
> > > /usr/include/ldap.h:1031: previous declaration of `ldap_search_ext_s'
> > > auth_ldap.h:112: conflicting types for `ldap_memfree'
> > This looks like the setting for WITH_OPENLDAP in the makefile doesn't
> > match the LDAP sdk that you're using.
> > --
> > Dave Carrigan (dave at rudedog.org) | Yow! HUMAN REPLICAS are inserted
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