RE: New on the list


Subject: RE: New on the list
From: Dan Vande More (dvm at firstlink dot com)
Date: Thu Apr 03 2003 - 18:04:30 EST


Ok,

I started with a clean format, same thing:

postfix/smtpd[25532]: Could not find a dlname line in .la file:
libsasldb.la
postfix/smtpd[25532]: Could not find a dlname line in .la file:
libcrammd5.la
postfix/smtpd[25532]: Could not find a dlname line in .la file:
libdigestmd5.la
postfix/smtpd[25532]: Could not find a dlname line in .la file:
libotp.la
postfix/smtpd[25532]: Could not find a dlname line in .la file:
libplain.la
postfix/smtpd[25532]: Could not find a dlname line in .la file:
libanonymous.la
postfix/smtpd[25532]: Could not find a dlname line in .la file:
liblogin.la
postfix/smtpd[25532]: Could not find a dlname line in .la file:
libmysql.la

This is with gmake.
Does anyone have any idea?
Am I better off sticking with sasl1/postfix 1?
Does anyone have a working sasl/postfix configuration?

Thank you all of your help.

Dan

On Thu, 3 Apr 2003, Dan Vande More wrote:

> Forgive me if this question has been answered, but I did search the
list
> as well as google and did not find anything that could help me.
>
> I'm trying to compile SASL 2.1.12 on my i386/openbsd box.
>
> I've done this:
>
> ./configure --enable-plain --enable-login --disable-krb4
> --disable-gssapi --with-mysql --without-des --enable-static
>
> And got this on postfix start:
>
> Could not find a dlname line in .la file: libsasldb.la
> Could not find a dlname line in .la file: libplain.la
> Could not find a dlname line in .la file: libanonymous.la
>
------------------------------------------------------------------------
> ---------
> I've also done this:
>
> ./configure --enable-plain --enable-login --disable-krb4
> --disable-gssapi --with-mysql --without-des --enable-static
> --disable-shared
>
> And got this during the make:
>
> dlopen.o: Undefined symbol `_anonymous_server_plug_init' referenced
from
> data segment
> dlopen.o: Undefined symbol `_anonymous_client_plug_init' referenced
from
> data segment
> dlopen.o: Undefined symbol `_crammd5_server_plug_init' referenced from
> data segment
> dlopen.o: Undefined symbol `_crammd5_client_plug_init' referenced from
> data segment
> dlopen.o: Undefined symbol `_digestmd5_server_plug_init' referenced
from
> data segment
> dlopen.o: Undefined symbol `_digestmd5_client_plug_init' referenced
from
> data segment
> dlopen.o: Undefined symbol `_login_server_plug_init' referenced from
> data segment
> dlopen.o: Undefined symbol `_login_client_plug_init' referenced from
> data segment
> dlopen.o: Undefined symbol `_otp_server_plug_init' referenced from
data
> segment
> dlopen.o: Undefined symbol `_otp_client_plug_init' referenced from
data
> segment
> dlopen.o: Undefined symbol `_plain_server_plug_init' referenced from
> data segment
> dlopen.o: Undefined symbol `_plain_client_plug_init' referenced from
> data segment
> dlopen.o: Undefined symbol `_sasldb_auxprop_plug_init' referenced from
> data segment
> dlopen.o: Undefined symbol `_mysql_auxprop_plug_init' referenced from
> data segment
>
>
------------------------------------------------------------------------
> -------------
> I've done the normal stuff, like ln -s /usr/local/lib/sasl2
> /usr/lib/sasl2
>
> Additionally, why can I not do a make clean with SASL, all I get is a
> error on Line 315 of the of the make file. Not very helpful , it just
> says error 1.
>
> And I found no documentation on how to fix the "ln -s plugin_common.o
> File exists"bug.
> If I added what looked the like the diff from cvs, it seemed to break
> everything even worse.
> The steps I use when I get this error are as follows:
>
> vi lib/Makefile
> Comment this line:
> #ln -s ../plugins/plugin_common.o plugin_common.o
> Do this:
> mv ./lib/plugin_common.o ./lib/plugin_common.o.old
> Then remake
>
> Thanks for any help!
>
> -Dan
>
>
>
>

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