joey at ...63...
Tue Dec 5 16:55:31 EST 2000
I'm sorry, I should have been more clear. What you said works for the
Linux boxes I have used, but unless my copy of OpenBSD 2.6 is different
for some reason, autoconf does not come installed on the system. I just
wanted to know if I would have to document that "OpenBSD users will have
to download autoconf, or <insert some other way to generate the
configure file here>."
I was assuming that this was an issue that may have came up in the past
with people who had to modify the configure.in file, but if it is indeed
restricted to the machine I am testing on, then that is fine.
Thanks again for the help,
| Joe McAlerney, Silicon Defense |
| http://www.silicondefense.com/ |
Martin Roesch wrote:
> Hi Joe,
> First you mod the configure.in file, then run automake, then run
> autoconf. Once you've done that, do a 'make distclean' and then './configure;
> make' and you should be all set. Check out the autoconf/automake tutorials
> Joe McAlerney wrote:
> > This is off topic, but slightly related. Does anyone know how to create
> > a new configure file from a configure.in file on OpenBSD? Our IDMEF XML
> > plugin requires code to be added to configure.in. I include
> > instructions on how to do this with the plugin, but I'm not sure how to
> > regenerate the configure file on OpenBSD (*BSD?).
> > Any help would be appreciated.
> > Thank you,
> > -Joe M.
> > --
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