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You may have installed liraries into a non-standard location.

The short version of the answer is that you should use the find command to find
where each of those libraries is installed on your system, then make sure that
each of those paths is available to the compiler minus the 'lib' directory.

Normally this is possible simply by supplying the single --with-gssapi=<dir>
option, so I am suspicious that you are specifying a different location from
the one you installed GSSAPI to.


Derek Price                      CVS Solutions Architect ( )
mailto:address@hidden     OpenAvenue ( )
"I tried to think but nothing happened!"
            - Curly

"Furmaniuk, Michael" wrote:

>   I thought so too, but from some experimentation if I leave out the
> "include/gssapi" directory I get the same compile error but with more
> library files it cannot find.  The error then shows as:
> -L/usr/local/lib -lgssapi -lkrb5 -lasn1 -ldes -lroken  -o cvs
> ld: fatal: library -lgssapi: not found
> ld: fatal: library -lasn1: not found
> ld: fatal: library -ldes: not found
> ld: fatal: library -lroken: not found
> ld: fatal: File processing errors. No output written to cvs
> collect2: ld returned 1 exit status
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Derek R. Price [mailto:address@hidden
> Sent: Wednesday, February 14, 2001 9:32 AM
> To: Furmaniuk, Michael
> Cc: 'address@hidden'
> Subject: Re: Kerberos support
> "Furmaniuk, Michael" wrote:
> >  ./configure --cache-file=/home/mfurmani/ --prefix=/usr/local/bin
> > --enable-client --enable-encryption --enable-server
> --includedir=/usr/local
> > --libdir=/usr/local --with-gssapi=/usr/local/include/gssapi --without-krb4
> This is wrong.  At the least I expect you wanted to specify
> "--with-gssapi=/usr/local".  From there the compilers and such should be
> able
> to find the lib and include directories it looks for, assuming you provided
> the
> directory above where you found the includes.
> Derek

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