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Re: libmessage patch Install?
I've untarred the libmessage.tar.gz patch to the
open_ldap directory and ran the patch -p0 <
libmessage.diff command. It failed on Hunk #1 and #3,
but prompted whether I wanted to assume "-R" several
times. I answered yes instead of the default no and
ran the config. Typed "./configure --enable-nls
--enable-shell --disable-debug". I still receive the
POSIX thread error. Am I applying the patch wrong?
You did not tell me where to untar the patch. Unsure
of what to do next?
Ismael Sierra (newbie)
--- Harry Hoffman <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Hey Ismael,
> You have to use the patch command. So do the
> tar xzpf libmessage.tar.gz
> This will provide an untarred/gzipped file probably
> libmessage.diff (or something similar)
> now run the patch command
> patch -p1 < libmessage.diff
> you may need to use -p0 instead
> On Tue, 27 Nov 2001, Ismael Sierra wrote:
> > Hello all,
> > Finally found a post on the POSIX error. Have
> > patch, but how do you apply it. The ITS post
> > just explains how to complile it in but do you
> > the files in the patch to the openldap source
> > directory? On my redhat 7.0 svr running 2.2.16 I
> > trying to complile the latest openldap software.
> > acquired the libmessage.tar.gz(and .Z as well) and
> > untar'd it to the openldap directory and ran the
> > following configure command:
> > > ./configure --enable-nls --enable-shell
> > --disable-debug
> > Nonetheless I still receive the POSIX error. Any
> > suggestions.
> > Ismael Sierra
> > Rivera, Sierra & Co.
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