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Re: Help With Mac OS X and OpenLDAP 2.0.11
This came up just about a week ago. Here is my reply from last week.
There is a known bug in OSX PThreads in that it returns an error if you call Detach on a thread after the thread has completed. The configure script does this, and so gets an error and believes that PThreads are broken or non existent.
I believe Kurt has worked around this in a version of the code newer than 2.0.11. If you get the latest I think that includes his changes.
The "ld: common symbols" error can be fixed by setting a compiler flag. Set CFLAGS=-fno-common for your build and that should fix things.
On Sunday, July 8, 2001, at 12:09 PM, Andre John Mas wrote:
At 10:52 AM 7/7/2001, Andre John Mas wrote:
I just tied the 2.0.11 release an noticed that there were issues with the
configure script. The first problem I get is that it thinks that pthreads
is not available on the platform.
On Tuesday, July 17, 2001, at 12:09 AM, Shawn Dahlen wrote:
I'm trying to get OpenLDAP 2.0.11 to compile on OS X and I am running into problems.
I've done some searching on the web, yet I couldn't not find a clear answer.
The configure script fails while searching for threads. I can configure without threads,
but then the make fails.
Could anyone offer me some advice, or point me in the right direction?