[JDEV] Basic (No Doubt) Solaris Configuration Issues w/ 0.9...

Kurt D. Starsinic kstar at orientation.com
Thu Apr 20 11:11:58 CDT 2000

On Wed, Apr 19, 2000 at 04:40:01PM -0700, Donn Cave wrote:
> Quoth "Jack, Adam" <AJack at neonsoft.com>:
> | I tried checking Jabber out a month or two ago and recall fighting this daft
> | little thing back then also, but sadly I can't recall what I did to get past
> | it. I have built libxode, I have checked for xmlnode_new_tag via nm, I have
> | my LD_LIBRARY_PATH set, my LIBPATH set and yet still I get the message:
> |
> | 	checking for xmlnode_new_tag in -lxode... no
> | 	configure: error:
> | 	******************************************************************
> | 	* You do not seem to have libxode installed.  This is a required *
> | 	* package for libjabber to build.  Please see:                   *
> | 	*                 http://download.jabber.org                     *
> | 	* to get this package.                                           *
> | 	******************************************************************
> I believe you will be able to get past this one with a configure flag,
> --prefix=/usr/local.  I assume libxode installed itself there, as it
> does by default, but the libetherx configure needs help finding it there.

    Last time I checked, all the Jabber components didn't support
this fully.  One thing that works for sure is to set $LDFLAGS to
"-L/dir/containing/libxode" and $CPPFLAGS to "-I/dir/containing/xode-include"
before you run Configure.

    I always build, install, and run all components not-as-root, and I have
no trouble as long as I set LD_LIBRARY_PATH, LDFLAGS, CPPFLAGS, and PATH
appropriately, and use the --prefix flag.

* Kurt Starsinic (kstar at orientation.com) ---------- Senior Network Engineer *
|              `Order, vast and generative, arises naturally.'              |
|               -- Stuart Kauffman, _At Home in the Universe_               |

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