Bug in building, using auth_krb5
rra at stanford.edu
Mon Apr 11 07:39:15 UTC 2005
Todd Olson <tco2 at cornell.edu> writes:
> Then from a distclean code base I configured with
> The configure failed to find -lkrb5
> which was right there in /l/tool/kerberos5/1.4/001.01/lib
> and there for it did not build auth_krb5
> Close examination of the configure file and config.log
> shows that -lkrb5 is being searched for in the default library paths
> and not in provided kerberos5 path.
There was a bug in configure that caused it to put the -L option before
-lkrb5 instead of after it. This has now been fixed in CVS.
> HOWEVER, the compile now fails, because the compile of auth_krb5
> does not include the /l/tool/kerberos5/1.4/001.01/include directory.
Yeah, the Makefile was fixed in CURRENT but not in STABLE. Now fixed in
> HOWEVER, the auth_krb5 binary won't run when manually tested because it
> can't find the kerberos .so libraries. (ldd is helpful here) This can
> be addresses by setting the LD_LIBRARY_PATH
Ack, no, you almost never want to set LD_LIBRARY_PATH. See:
for many other, better ways of solving this problem.
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