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From Graham Leggett <>
Subject Re: Compile failure 2.0.49 on RHEL3
Date Fri, 21 May 2004 18:23:51 GMT
Aryeh Katz wrote:

>> I have just tried to build v2.0.49 under RHEL3, and I get the failure 
>> below.
> I had the same failure w RH9
> see
> Aryeh
>> For some reason, Redhat put krb5.h inside /usr/kerberos/include, and 
>> if the include path /usr/kerberos/include is not added to CFLAGS, none 
>> of the ssl stuff will compile (as ssl.h includes krb5.h). Is it 
>> possible to add a check for krb5.h to the configure script?

Ok, my autoconf is really rusty.

What would need to be done to test for krb5.h under 
/usr/kerberos/include using the "right" way of doing things...

The autoconf manual shows how to check for a header, but I cannot seem 
to figure out how to specify an includes path.

What I am trying to achieve is to add "CFLAGS=-I/usr/kerberos/include" 
in front of ./configure, which neatly solves this problem. I just need 
to know how to do this portably. Anybody able to shed some light?


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