Correct. That is why, as I mentioned in the first mail, I installed
Berkeley DB 4.5. I did not uninstall version 4.3 since I don't know what
else in the system is using it and I don't want to break anything.
The problem is that even though I installed version 4.5 OpenLDAP
configure script still wants to use version 4.3 even after I tell him to
look for libraries in the Berkeley 4.5 folder (with
--includedir=/folder/) ... what I really need to know is how I can force
him to ignore /usr/lib for Berkeley and use /usr/local/bdb4.5 instead.
From: Quanah Gibson-Mount [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: sexta-feira, 20 de Junho de 2008 16:42
To: Nuno Manuel Martins; Dieter Kluenter; firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject: RE: Installation problem with Berkeley DB
--On Friday, June 20, 2008 4:31 PM +0100 Nuno Manuel Martins
It does mention that the configure script will set environment setting
and "if" it all goes well this should be enough. Doesn't mention much in
case things go wrong except to take a look at config.log which tells me
it can't compile with Berkely 4.3 due to some problem with linking which
I have no clue about since I am no developer and have little
understanding of programming in general and C in particular.
That much I had understood from Google, what I was looking for though was
a workaround for the problem.
The workaround is, don't use BDB 4.3. It's not supported with OpenLDAP
because BDB 4.3 showed itself to be unreliable.
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