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I really don't know what its trying to do. Its not listening to me at all. I went to configure ldap and it said, MySQL config not found, but it says right in the command, --disbale-sql. So now im making MySQL and trying to fix all of this. I told Autofs nothing about ldap.
I really don't know what its trying to do. Its not listening to me at all. I went to configure ldap and it said, MySQL config not found, but it says right in the command, --disbale-sql. So now im making MySQL and trying to fix all of this.
I told Autofs nothing about ldap.
Then you should stop trying to install ldap and mysql and fix the problem. It seems that both autofs and ldap are looking for optional dependencies which you did not specify. I'm not sure (yet) what it is you are doing wrong, but something must be off.
If I where you I would remove the source directories (autofs, mysql and ldap) and start fresh with the autofs chapter.
How about my other questions?
Last edited by druuna; 05-29-2011 at 01:04 PM.
I would like to note... before I went on trying all of this, I tried Autofs about 5 times. When it would fail in the make process, I would delete it and the patches and start fresh from the top. MySQL did fix the one error in ldap but then I got another one. Im just going to delete the whole project and move to the CLFS book. I will call this a learning experience and hope for the best next time. My linux is going to be called Xing, so why not make it a cross lfs.
Also: Im about 80% sure that I gave the kernel support for it.