You are right, the configure command was wrong. --enable-inc-dir --enable-libdir worked fine and installation finished without errors!
Thank you. Best regards, Roland > Are you sure you are using the correct configure command? > > vpopmail is telling you you should be using "--enable-inc-dir" > > Looking at a "configure --help", I dont see > "--enable-sqlincdir" or "--enable-sqllibdir" > as being available/valid options. > > Maybe take a look at my vpopmail w/mysql guide at > http://www.pipeline.com.au/staff/mbowe/isp/vpopmail-mysql.htm > to see if that gives you any help > > Michael. > > ----- Original Message ----- > From: "Roland Schmid" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> > To: <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> > Sent: Tuesday, February 11, 2003 7:55 PM > Subject: RE: [vchkpw] install Problem vpopmail > > > > Hi Jonas, > > > > I use vpopmail version 5.2.1 . > > that the complete ./configure command I used: > > ./configure > > --prefix=/var/qmail/vpopmail > > --enable-roaming-users=y > > --enable-clear-passwd=y > > --enable-valias=y > > --enable-mysql-replication=y > > --enable-mysql=y > > --enable-sqlincdir=/usr/local/mysql/current/include/mysql > > --enable-sqllibdir=/usr/local/mysql/current/lib/mysql > > > > And that's the error message ./configure produces: > > configure: error: Unable to find your inc dir, specify --enable-incdir. > > > > What kind of files does vpopmail search in the include path. Maybe I > forgot > > to install a module in MySQL. > > > > Thanks for your help. > > > > Best regards, > > Roland > > > > > > > Hi Roland, > > > > > > > I have a question to vpopmail. I want to use vpopmail to > easy admin a > > > > running qmail e-mail-server. > > > > The ./configure script says one error. the > > > > flag --enable-sqlincdir=/path/to/include/mysql can't find the > > > MySQL Include > > > > files. > > > > > > You did "./configure [...] > --enable-sqlincdir=/path/to/include/mysql"..? > > > > > > Note that you have to adapt this path to reflect the real location of > > > your include files. > > > > > > > But the include files are at that place. (I have MySQL not in > > > the default) > > > > > > Obviously not, otherwise it would work. > > > > > > * Which vpopmail version are you using? > > > * Show us your _full_ ./configure command. > > > * Show us the _full_ error message. > > > > > > > How can I fix this error message? > > > > > > You'd better fix the problem, not the error message ;-)) > > > > > > Jonas > > > > > > > > > > > > > >