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Re: zarafa anyone?
On Fri, 26 Sep 2008 00:02:19 +1000
Carl Brewer <carl%bl.echidna.id.au@localhost> wrote:
> Adam Hamsik wrote:
> > On Sep,Thursday 25 2008, at 7:55 AM, Carl Brewer wrote:
> >> Before I dive into trying to understand the inner workings of
> >> autoconf, has anyone here got zarafa's new opensource release to
> >> compile on NetBSD? It looks like a decent contender to replace
> >> exchange at a number of my client sites.
> > I'm not sure why you need to understand inner workings of autoconf
> > when you want to run zarafa exchange suite.
> ./configure fails to find ncurses even though it's installed from
> pkgsrc. Before I spend a couple of hours fiddling with it, if anyone
> else has it working, it'd be nice to know I'm not flogging a dead
The specific -- but not helpful -- answer is that you have to teach
configure about non-standard (on Linux) locations like /usr/pkg/lib.
I've never found that easy. On the other hand, quite often the easiest
way to do something like that is to create a package for zarafa. Yes,
there's a learning curve, but once you learn it you can create other
packages, and of course you can send-pr the stuff you've created and
someone will (probably) commit it.
--Steve Bellovin, http://www.cs.columbia.edu/~smb
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