Build of v4.0.x fails : freeradius-devel/io/ring_buffer.h: No such file or directory
nicolas.chaigneau at capgemini.com
Fri Feb 16 18:20:46 CET 2018
> On Feb 16, 2018, at 12:03 PM, Chaigneau, Nicolas <nicolas.chaigneau at capgemini.com> wrote:
> > I have GNU Make 3.82
> > Still not working:
> > make
> > CC jlibtool.c
> > LN-SF src/include src/freeradius-devel
> > LN-SF src/include/io src/freeradius-devel/io
> > (...)
> > I assume this was supposed to create a link ?
> > If so something went wrong, instead I have a file:
> > cat src/freeradius-devel/io
> > ../lib/io/
> Uh... that's a problem on your end then. You're not doing the build on a Linux machine.
> Soft links are special files, where the contents of the file are the actual link. But.. you can't "cat" a soft link:
> $ cat src/include/io
> cat: src/include/io: Is a directory
> because 'io' is a soft link to the directory. So it *cannot* be opened by the "cat" command. Instead, the OS reads src/include/io, dereferences it to src/lib/io, and then passes *that* handle to "cat". Which then complains it's not a directory.
> Don't use Windows. It makes things more difficult.
I build on Linux (RHEL 7.1), not on Windows.
(I'm using Windows but only to synchronize with GitHub.)
I did a "cat" just to show that I didn't have a link but instead a regular file (and what the file contained).
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