Alpine compilation

Had some trouble compiling alpine for 64 bit Solaris the other day. I used the following for my configure:


CFLAGS=-m64 ./configure \
--prefix=/home/ryan/pkg/alpine/2.00 \
--without-krb5 \
--with-ssl-dir=/home/ryan/pkg/openssl/0.9.8 \
--without-ldap \
--with-system-pinerc=/home/ryan/pkg/alpine/2.00/conf/pinerc

Where I had openssl/0.9.8j already compiled in 64 bit. The trick was that when I did a make, c-client would fail because it was compiled as a 32 bit. So I did a make clean, ./configured again, and then edited the EXTRACFLAGS option with -m64 in the Makefile in the imap subdirectory. Doing a make after that work great!

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One Response to Alpine compilation

  1. Saurooon says:

    Hi there,
    You need more rest i think

    Thanks
    Saurooon

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