[Top][All Lists]

[Date Prev][Date Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next][Date Index][Thread Index]

Re: [bug-gsrc] Failure to compile lsh

From: carl hansen
Subject: Re: [bug-gsrc] Failure to compile lsh
Date: Sun, 20 Mar 2016 23:36:54 -0700

On Sat, Mar 19, 2016 at 2:46 AM, Jean Louis <address@hidden> wrote:

I have nettle in ~/gnu, that is why I do:

./configure --with-lib-path=/home/data1/protected/gnu/lib

after removing nettle from Debian, and using the one from GSRC, from
make -C gnu/nettle I tried with:


Maybe I am doing something wrong. My nettle IS in ~/gnu/ but I am maybe
using wrong ./configure option.

If someone can help, thank you.

> > >
> > > I build 2.04 sucessfully just now using EXACTLY these instructions:
> > > git clone https://git.lysator.liu.se/lsh/lsh.git
> > > cd lsh
> > > git checkout lsh-2.0.4 # This is the stable branch
> > > ./.bootstrap
> > >   ./configure
> > >   make bootstrap
> > >   make
> > >   make check
> >
> Those are nettle includes in those error messages. Nettle is by the same
> author as lsh. I am using nettle 3.2
> What version are you using? You can install nettle via gsrc

"./configure --with-lib-path=/home/data1/protected/gnu/lib,/home/data1/protected/gnu/include"
looks wrong, you have a comma separating the "lib" part from "include" part.
First, you can't use comma here, second, the include is include in a different variable name
(I don't have it in front of me... so I don't try to guess the correct variable name...)

When you made nettle 3.2 using the gsrc version
make -C gnu/nettle
Did the install command actually install into the directory you think it installed into?
(make -C gnu/nettle intsall ) Check to see if it is really there.

Try it again and let us know what happened, if you like.

reply via email to

[Prev in Thread] Current Thread [Next in Thread]