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Month: November 2011

Re: [trinity-devel] Can't login with KDM

From: "Timothy Pearson" <kb9vqf@...>
Date: Fri, 18 Nov 2011 15:27:46 -0600
>> On Friday 18 November 2011 21:32:49 Timothy Pearson wrote:
>> [...]
>>> OK, looks like someone is going to have to create a CMake patch to add
>>> libcrypt detection in order for this to work.  Problem is the partial
>>> GIT
>>> migration and KDE-->TDE make it quite difficult for me to do at this
>>> time.
>> I think is useless to detect libcrypt, because it is part of libc, we
>> can
>> assume that any system based on libc have this library.
>>> Serghei, do you think you could whip something up based on the 3.5.13
>>> sources?
>> Sorry, I did not understood this sentence :) Please rephrase it.
> Sorry about that.  Can you create a patch for the TDE CMake files, based
> on the TDE v3.5.13 source tarballs, that enables the libcrypt-dependent
> code in kdebase?  Right now the libcrypt-dependent code is disabled when
> built under CMake because of an unset C++ #define and a missing linker
> flag.
> Thanks!
> Tim

I forgot to add that other TDE modules may expect to see HAVE_CRYPT
defined as well, so it would probably be a good idea to pass HAVE_CRYPT as
a #define to all TDE modules (i.e. add the fix the CMake code in the
common cmake/ directory, not just to the CMake modules in kdebase).