Re: GnuTLS Development Files on Slackware-current
Robby Workman <robby <at> rlworkman.net>
2012-05-19 22:22:48 GMT
On Sat, 19 May 2012 19:17:33 -0300
Ed Fletcher <ed <at> fletcher.ca> wrote:
> On 05/19/2012 06:45 PM, Robby Workman wrote:
> > Okay, now we're talking. Of course, I'd have noticed that if I'd
> > read your original mail more closely. Sorry - I get a bit jaded
> > about all of the folks trying to build stuff that's already in
> > Slackware.
> >> Is there another (easier) way to solve this?
> > Well, I *still* think something else is wrong locally there - Pat
> > just upgraded pan to 0.137 in the -current tree, so it should be
> > able to build there without any problems. Of course, you indicate
> > that a newer GnuTLS is needed to build with TLS enabled, so...
> > I wonder if the gnutls folks messed up the 2.12 branch accidentally
> > (or maybe on purpose). The 3.x versions require a couple of new
> > crypt libraries to build. However, since you got 2.12.10+ to build
> > there, I suspect the issue is as simple as "you're not telling the
> > linker where to look for the new version" or something along those
> > lines. The easiest way to solve that is to use the build script in
> > the Slackware sources to build your newer gnutls -- don't do the
> > standard manual install into /usr/local.
> Hmm, I just installed -current about three days ago. So he must have
> just made the change. I should be able to do an upgrade from the