Upgrading from BIND 9.14.9 to 9.16.3
ondrej at isc.org
Wed May 27 16:06:12 UTC 2020
I did reply to you on the issue you created, I’ll copy it here for clarity:
> You should evaluate the contents of config.log file for proper diagnostics.
> That said, you are most probably missing pkg-config configuration, try setting PKG_CONFIG_PATH environment variable to a directory where libuv.pc resides.
> pkg-config --list-all should list libuv.
$ export PKG_CONFIG_PATH=/usr/local/lib/pkgconfig
$ pkg-config --list-all | grep libuv
It should say something like this:
libuv libuv - multi-platform support library with a focus on asynchronous I/O.
If that doesn’t work, you really need to look into config.log, it has all or most of the information needed to properly debug the issue.
ondrej at isc.org
> On 27 May 2020, at 17:57, DeCaro, James John (Jim) CIV DISA FE (USA) via bind-users <bind-users at lists.isc.org> wrote:
> Solaris Unix x86 64 bit VM on VMware
> I discovered a new dependency: libuv. libuv also has dependencies: automake m4 libtool autoconf. I installed the dependencies, then tried installing various versions of libuv using sh autogen.sh -- then ./configure - make - make check - make install to install libuv. Back to installing BIND 9.16.3: ./configure > received an error: 'configure: error: libuv not found'. I had tried installing libuv 1.0.0. 1.38.0. and 1.9.1 --same result.
> libuv files are present in:
> $ find / -name libuv* -print
> I am not clear how to fix this--seems like the ./configure command needs an option to discover libuv but I am not sure.
> Any help would be appreciated.
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