Top Forums UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users Compiling Samba from Source on AIX, Active Directory, LDAP, Kerberos Post 302386707 by raidzero on Wednesday 13th of January 2010 08:29:25 AM
Compiling Samba from Source on AIX, Active Directory, LDAP, Kerberos

Hello, I asked this question in the AIX subforum but never received an answer, probably because the AIX forum is not that heavily trafficked. Anyway, here it is..

I have never had any issues like this when compiling applications from source. When I try to compile samba-3.5.0pre2, configure runs with no issues, but when the time comes to make, this happens:


Code:

make: make 1254-025 There must be an existing description file or specify a target.


it's as if configure never did its job??

I know this must be a very easy fix... any help would be very much appreciated! I have tried make all and it does the same thing. I need to compile from source because I want to authenticate to AIX 5.3 with AD, using openldap and kerberos, both of which are installed. The configure generated config.h includes the lines to build for kerberos and openldap so that part is working.


Thanks!
 
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