I'll update the ppa once 1.10.1 builds on debian again
That would the best solution for me. I'll keep my eye on the PPA. Thanks.
I haven't tried to rebuild recently, but will give it another shot today. I
pretty much stopped after I got ./configure to finish without errors.
On Wed, Aug 21, 2013 at 8:13 AM, Timo Aaltonen <tjaalton(a)ubuntu.com> wrote:
On 19.08.2013 21:12, Jakub Hrozek wrote:
> On Mon, Aug 19, 2013 at 02:00:42PM -0400, Chris Hartman wrote:
>> Hi everyone,
>> My apologies if this is a repost, but I botched the subject line and
>> thought it best to re-send.
>> I'm trying to build SSSD 1.10.1 for Ubuntu 12.04 i386 to gain AD dynamic
>> DNS update support. The PPA version 1.9.5 does not seem to have this
>> functionality as DNS records for my Ubuntu hosts are becoming stale.
>> Using the latest stable tarball, I'm receiving the following error while
>> running ./configure:
>>> checking for krb5-config... (cached) /usr/bin/krb5-config
>>> checking for supported MIT krb5 version... yes
>>> checking for sigprocmask... yes
>>> checking for sigblock... yes
>>> checking for sigaction... yes
>>> checking for getpgrp... yes
>>> checking for prctl... yes
>>> checking for NDR_NBT... no
>>> configure: error: "Please install Samba 4 development libraries"
>> But Samba4 development files seem to be installed:
>>> user@snickers:~$ aptitude search samba|grep ^i
>>> i libsamba-credentials-dev
>>> i A libsamba-credentials0
>>> i libsamba-hostconfig-dev
>>> i A libsamba-hostconfig0
>>> i libsamba-policy-dev
>>> i A libsamba-policy0
>>> i A libsamba-util-dev
>>> i A libsamba-util0
>>> i samba-common
>>> i samba-common-bin
>>> i A samba-dsdb-modules
>>> i samba4-dev
>> Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!
> Try installing libndr-dev and libndr-standard-dev.
> for a full list.
yeah, and if the ppa is enabled, you can just do 'apt-get build-dep
sssd' and it should pull it all for you.
I'll update the ppa once 1.10.1 builds on debian again (some samba lib
issue blocking it atm), and after syncing it for ubuntu 13.10. Don't
like having the newest version on a ppa :)
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