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Problem compiling MIT Kerberos 5 - 1.4.1 on Solaris...

Haskins, Russell
KernelPacket,

Did you get a resolution to this problem? I am getting the exact same
error message.

Thanks Russ...
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Re: Problem compiling MIT Kerberos 5 - 1.4.1 on Solaris...

Fariba-2
i have resolved all the issues. exactly what is your problem?

Haskins, Russell wrote:

>KernelPacket,
>
>Did you get a resolution to this problem? I am getting the exact same
>error message.
>
>Thanks Russ...
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Re: Problem compiling MIT Kerberos 5 - 1.4.1 on Solaris...

Kenneth G Raeburn
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On Apr 29, 2005, at 11:28, KernelPacket wrote:

> rm -f libss.a
> building static ss library
> set -x; objlist=`set -x && perl -p -e '$e=$ARGV; $e =~ s/OBJS\...$//;
> s/^/ /; s/ $//; s/ / $e/g;' OBJS.ST` && false cq libss.a $objlist
> + set -x
> + perl -p -e $e=$ARGV; $e =~ s/OBJS\...$//; s/^/ /; s/ $//; s/ / $e/g;
> OBJS.ST
> objlist= ss_err.o std_rqs.o invocation.o help.o execute_cmd.o listen.o
> parse.o error.o prompt.o request_tbl.o list_rqs.o pager.o requests.o
> data.o
> + false cq libss.a ss_err.o std_rqs.o invocation.o help.o execute_cmd.o
> listen.o parse.o error.o prompt.o request_tbl.o list_rqs.o pager.o
> requests.o data.o

If it's running "false" here, that means it couldn't find the "ar"
program.  There should be a version in /usr/ccs/bin.  If that's not in
your $PATH, then fix it, and try a fresh build.  (Deleting config.cache
and re-running configure and make should be enough.)

Ken

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