[Snort-users] snort-2.2.1-RC1 compile error

Ken Bergquist kbergquist at ...11196...
Mon Feb 16 10:25:01 EST 2004

Thanks, Martin, for the definitive answer. You have confirmed what I 
suspected all along; that there is no problem that cannot be solved 
with the application of money. I will just wait for Panther. I don't 
really have time to meddle with it now anyway.  I give up only after 
trying every trick I could muster. If the reference to strtok_r ain't 
there, it ain't there.

I am in the process of spec/building an all-OS X + GigE network for our 
Denver office. Then I get to build it off-site, sync all data, box it, 
ship to Denver, follow on a plane, install it, mirroring all services 
(dns, ftp, web, webDAV, data, mail, vpn, remote access...) with DNS 
back in NC office. Then I turn it down in NC when we close our 
operation here in the next month or so. Sad sad sad. Good news is, my 
family and I are moving with the new iron to Denver.

On Friday, February 13, 2004, at 08:45  PM, Martin Roesch wrote:

> Hey Ken,
> I'm using a Mac as my primary development platform these days (for 
> Snort as well as work) but I'm on 10.3.x.  If you're having problems 
> with building, it's probably due to the age of your system, it looks 
> like strtok_r() isn't included in your libc build on the system.  If 
> you do a 'man strtok_r' at the command line and get nothing back 
> that's a pretty good indication that your libc is out of date.  Any 
> chance you could upgrade to 10.2.x?
>      -Marty
> On Feb 12, 2004, at 4:53 PM, Ken Bergquist wrote:
>> Will do. Thanks for the heads-up. This is being compiled on an Apple 
>> B&W G3 - OS X 10.1.5 (Darwin), by hand.
>> ./configure --with-mysql=/usr/local/mysql
>> make
>> <break>
>> No fink, I think. I'd rather use my thinker, lest it rot and stink. 
>> Though I may have it installed  on this box. Why do you ask? Could it 
>> have an impact on this? Some library substitution perhaps?
>>>> I hope someone can shed some light on this. While making on OS X 
>>>> 10.1
>>>> (Darwin) the following error occurs first in the output:
>>> Could you check out HEAD (or get snort-current from snort.org) and 
>>> try
>>> that? The libintsnort stuff was removed, as it was causing problems
>>> for a couple people. I've only seen this problem, in the case of
>>> Solaris, where people were compiling/linking snort using third party
>>> tools, and not the system tools. Out of curiosity, is this the same
>>> situation for you... are you using anything out of fink?
>>> In either case, check out HEAD and the problem should be fixed. Let 
>>> me
>>> know if it isn't.
>> -- 
>> Ken Bergquist
>> Director Internet Systems
>> Walt Klein & Associates
>> http://www.wka.com
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Ken Bergquist
Director Internet Systems
Walt Klein & Associates

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