[Mailman-Users] mailman install problem - Solaris
Piniella, David A
DPiniella at med.miami.edu
Tue Jan 23 23:21:22 CET 2007
No dice, I tried that with gcc and yacc. Is there any way to just avoid
the Japanese and Korean codecs packages' compilation, or to skip them
entirely? I don't really need to host any lists in Japanese or Korean
(or do these packages do something else?)
From: Mark Sapiro [mailto:msapiro at value.net]
Sent: Tuesday, January 23, 2007 5:09 PM
To: Piniella, David A; Hank van Cleef
Cc: mailman-users at python.org; Kent Taylor
Subject: RE: [Mailman-Users] mailman install problem - Solaris
Piniella, David A wrote:
>Thanks for you help, guys. Actually, I checked the Makefile in
>/usr/local/mailman (my $prefix), and /usr/local/mailman/src/Makefile
>and they both have CC=3D gcc. I have deleted the Makefiles,
>config.cache & config.status, rerun ./configure (my specific options
>are --prefix, --with-cgi-gid, --with-mailhost and --with-urlhost) and
>re-run make and make install. I keep getting the error on make install.
>For laughs, since I saw the Makefile had the full path in the PYTHON=3D
>line, I put the full path to gcc in the CC=3D line, re-ran configure
>and it still fails.
Yeah, I realized the problem after I sent my last reply. The problem is
in the 'make install'. The install target runs the install target of
misc/Makefile which in turn runs install-packages which installs the
email, JapaneseCodecs, and KoreanCodecs packages. This install starts by
unzipping and expanding the .tar.gz files containing the packages and
then running the setup.py file from the package. Part of the
KoreanCodecs package requires compilation of C modules.
I think this is where you and other Solaris users run into difficulty.
I'm not really an expert on this, but perhaps if you put a symlink to
your gcc named cc somewhere on your path before running make install,
this will do it.
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