On 12/13/2013 04:31 PM, Marcello Lupo wrote:
I have all correct I think.

/home/vpopmail/etc/lib_deps contains:

-L/home/vpopmail/lib -lvpopmail -Xlinker -R -Xlinker /usr/lib/mysql 
-L/usr/lib/mysql  -lmysqlclient -lz -lm -lcrypt

So it is correct.

If you see in my log:

checking for ev.h... yes
checking for ev_loop_new in -lev... yes
checking vpopmail.h usability... yes
checking vpopmail.h presence... yes
checking for vpopmail.h... yes
checking vauth.h usability... yes
checking vauth.h presence... yes
checking for vauth.h... yes
checking for vauth_getpw in -lvpopmail... no
checking for vauth_getall in -lvpopmail... no
checking for get_domain_entries in -lvpopmail... no
checking for client_query_quick in -lvpopmail... yes
configure: error: No vauth_getpw in libvpopmail

The line before the error is "checking for client_query_quick in -lvpopmail… 
yes” so the configure found correctly the library. I think we have to focus on the 
way the check for vauth_getpw is done or x86_64 or ubuntu distribution issue.

I tried to do with the default ./configure (without any option) and the result 
is the same.

Thank you for your time.

Sorry I didn't notice that earlier Marcello. You're correct, it is apparently finding a vpopmail library.

If you "nm libvpopmail.a | less", do you find/see the missing vauth_ functions? I show them under both the libvpopmail_a-vpopmail.o: and libvpopmail_a-vauth.o: sections. If you don't see them then there's a problem with your make of libvpopmail.a, as you suspect. If you do see them, then it appears that your libvpopmail.a isn't being picked up for some reason (the lib_deps file is silently not being found).

Which is it?

-Eric 'shubes'


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