Kevin Oberman <oberman(a)es.net> writes in xemacs-beta(a)xemacs.org:
> I have almost successfully built gnupg-0.9.6 on DU 4.0d.
> The main requirement is to edit all occurrences of '-lc' out of
> configure except for the two in comment lines for checking for dlopen
> in libc.
> Once that was done, it compiled fine with:
> "setenv CC cc;setenv CFLAGS -std;configure;gmake;
> (gmake is gnu make. The default make dumps core in 'make doc'.)
> It builds cleanly, but it fails three rather critical checks,
How do you eliminate the myriad of broken preprocessor lines? The
gnupg maintainer, evidently, is unwilling to convert them to standard
> encrypt.test, encryptp.test and armencryptp.test. It's my guess that
> it is a 32 bit dependency in one of the encryption routines. I will
> continue to beat on it as time permits. These things can be painful to
> track down, but I believe I'll get there eventually.
Try eliminating the `informational' comment `Warning using insecure memory'
and see if the tests pass. With 0.9.6 and egcs I got everything but the
genkey1024 test to pass and that failure was likely due to a broken
installation of expect. I haven't tried compiling 0.9.7 with egcs yet
and I haven't come close to getting a working version with the DEC C
> If someone else gets it working, please let me know. I hate to waste
> time re-inventing wheels.
Me too. I need it working on either Solaris 2.6 or DU 4.0 in order to
start signing tarballs again. Sigh.
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