[SOLVED] (Old) Configure roblem with Kerberos 5

Joe Marcus Clarke marcus at freebsd.org
Fri Aug 20 14:42:23 UTC 2010

On 8/20/10 2:50 AM, Peter Ulrich Kruppa wrote:
> On Wed, 11 Aug 2010, Joe Marcus Clarke wrote:
>> On 8/10/10 3:41 PM, Peter Ulrich Kruppa wrote:
>>> On Tue, 10 Aug 2010, Joe Marcus Clarke wrote:
>>>> On 8/10/10 12:11 PM, Peter Ulrich Kruppa wrote:
>>>>> Hi,
>>>>> when I try to make evolution- it fails with
>>>>>     -----------------------------------------
>>>>> [...]
>>>>> checking for regexec... yes
>>>>> checking for GTKHTML... yes
>>>>> checking for Kerberos 5... configure: error: You specified with krb5,
>>>>> but it was not found.
>>>>> ===>  Script "configure" failed unexpectedly.
>>>>>     -----------------------------------------
>>>>> This problem has been seen before
>>>>> http://permalink.gmane.org/gmane.os.freebsd.devel.gnome/29878
>>>>> but I can't find a solution.
>>>>> What can be done?
>>>> Make sure you're building Kerberos in the base OS.  The ports KRB is
>>>> not
>>>> supported (as it hasn't been tested).
>>> There is no port nor package called krb5* installed on my system. How do
>>> I make sure Kerberos was build in the base system?
>>> Do I need to enable anything in /etc/rc.conf or any other config file?
>> KRB5 is built by default.  If you define NO_KERBEROS, it will not be
>> built.  You should be using this base version as opposed to the ports
>> krb5 or heimdal.
> I guess this is more kind of a work-around than a solution but it worked
> for me:
> The configure error persisted although there wasn't any krb5 or heimdal
> installed on my system. After another research in mailing list archives
> I found this:
> http://answerpot.com/showthread.php?233349-databases%2Fevolution-data-server%3A+krb5+not+found
> I rebuilt and reinstalled security/openssl with the non default and
> "obsolete" option MD2 enabled.
> After this evolution's build continued.
> I am afraid some kind of dependency will have to be repaired.

We don't test or support ports OpenSSL.  We require a default base.
What isn't found in base, we depend on from ports.  We can't
realistically test all options.


Joe Marcus Clarke
FreeBSD GNOME Team	::	gnome at FreeBSD.org
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