regression: port www/squid fails to build on ia64 head
mexas at bristol.ac.uk
Mon Dec 14 16:45:15 UTC 2009
On Mon, Dec 14, 2009 at 05:01:18PM +0100, Johan Hendriks wrote:
> >> * Johan Hendriks <Johan at double-l.nl>:
> >> (Squid breakage in the YP/NIS helper)
> >> > A long shot
> >> > Could it be that you have set the following in your src.conf
> >> > WITHOUT_NIS= yes
> >> > WITHOUT_RCMDS= yes
> >> > WITHOUT_RCS= yes
> >> >
> >> > If i set those i get a similar error with squid (on i386 and amd64
> >> This is possible; the Squid 2.7 port still relies on
> >> being set in make.conf. Due to the make.conf/src.conf split this does
> >> longer work. I have added an OPTION to turn off NIS support to the
> >> 3.x ports and will merge this change into the Squid 2.7 port along
> >> other changes soon. In the meantime you can work around this if you
> >> build www/squid with "make -DWITHOUT_NIS" or by adding
> >> to /etc/make.conf.
> >> The same applies to systems built/installed without Heimdal support.
> >> Sorry for the breakage.
> >yes, I had WITHOUT_NIS= yes in /etc/src.conf, but not the other
> >two options. I have now rebuilt the system without this option,
> >but I still get the NIS build error.
> >If I build with "make -DWITHOUT_NIS", then I get this error:
> >Making all in negotiate_auth
> >Making all in squid_kerb_auth
> >cc -DHAVE_CONFIG_H -I. -I../../../include -DHEIMDAL -I./spnegohelp
> -I. -O2 -pipe -fno-strict-aliasing -D_REENTRANT -MT squid_kerb_auth.o
> -MD -MP ->MF .deps/squid_kerb_auth.Tpo -c -o squid_kerb_auth.o
> >squid_kerb_auth.c:70:18: error: krb5.h: No such file or directory
> >*** Error code 1
> >Stop in
> >*** Error code 1
> >does it mean I also need to build kerberos? I've WITHOUT_KERBEROS=yes
> >in /etc/src.conf
> >many thanks
> Yes it could not harm to remove that one from src.conf also.
well, instead I built with make -DWITHOUT_NIS -DWITHOUT_KERBEROS
seems to work.
By the way, do you know how to disable squid accept incoming connections.
I need squid only to dial out, never to accept connections. I got lost
in the conf file, but maybe there is a simpler option, e.g.
squid_enable="NO" in /etc/rc.conf, perhaps?
This is by analogy with sendmail. The following sendmail options would
let sendmail run fine, but not accept connections:
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