libsystemd not found an error
wouter at nlnetlabs.nl
Mon Jul 2 07:16:56 UTC 2018
Hi Yoshi Horigome,
On 30/06/18 04:02, Yoshi Horigome via Unbound-users wrote:
> Attempting to configure r4762 is now "libsystemd not found".
> However, we have confirmed that libsystemd related packages are
> installed as follows.
It needs ht libsystemd-dev package with the header files.
It may also be the case that the difference is that configure was
generated but aclocal was not used, pkg-config autoconf macros did not
get instantiated and this makes the systemd detection fail. So, not
just run 'autoconf' but also aclocal (or run autoreconf that combines them).
I saw that the libhiredis printout is a problem, and I fixed that
printout in r4764.
In r4657 there is a change in configure.ac in the pkg-config macros for
making python module config use it. This change could be the culprit,
but I don't understand how detecting pkg-config could be a problem for
systemd detection later that also uses pkg-config.
Best regards, Wouter
> checking for libexpat... found in /usr
> checking for expat.h... yes
> checking whether XML_StopParser is declared... yes
> checking for libhiredis... checking for SYSTEMD... no
> checking for SYSTEMD_DAEMON... no
> configure: error: systemd enabled but libsystemd not found
> $ dpkg -l | grep libsystemd
> ii libsystemd-dev:armhf 232-25+deb9u3
> armhf systemd utility library - development files
> ii libsystemd0:armhf 232-25+deb9u3
> armhf systemd utility library
> $ cat /etc/os-release
> PRETTY_NAME="Debian GNU/Linux 9 (stretch)"
> NAME="Debian GNU/Linux"
> VERSION="9 (stretch)"
> $ uname -sr
> Linux 4.14.18-sunxi
> At least, v1.7.3 confirms that configure will succeed.
> It seems that the periphery of pkg - config has been modified with
> r4757 etc, but is there anything related to this area?
> # I'm sorry. I had no ability to read the configure file.
> Best regards.
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