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Re: configure problem

Does this mean that openLDAP (and Cyrus SASL too) don't work with DB 4.x?

It was my understanding that folks had openLDAP working with the new Berkeley DB.


--On Tuesday, January 28, 2003 3:55 PM -0700 Larry Wells <lwells@jabber.com> wrote:


The reason is that you need to have libdb 3.2.9 installed. 4.X broke
backward compatibility and so you cannot use it with any software that
has not been explicitly ported to support the new libdb.


Ernesto Freyre wrote:
Hello, please someone help me with this problem? I think this must be a
common problem but I can´t found much useful information about this

When I executed ./configure on Linux I get the following error:

configure: error: BDB: BerkeleyDB not available

I have installed BerkeleyDB 4.1.25 version, whiy this error occurs?
Please I will thank very much any suggestion for clarify this issue.

Thank you

Ernesto Freyre

-- Larry A. Wells Support Engineer Jabber, Inc. --

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