[CentOS] openldap package compilation flags?

Bob Beers bob.beers at gmail.com
Thu Aug 7 18:58:38 UTC 2008


On Wed, Jul 16, 2008 at 6:30 PM, Johnny Hughes <johnny at centos.org> wrote:
> tblader wrote:
>>
>> Hello All.
>> How do I find out what flags were used to compile
>> the Centos openldap-2.3.27-8.el5_2.4 rpm package?
>> I'm specifically wondering if it was compiled with
>> --enable-lmpasswd
>>
>> Thanks!
>>
> If you download the SRPM and install it, then you can look at the spec file.
>
> Server is built like this:
>
>        --enable-plugins \
>        --enable-slapd \
>        --enable-slurpd \
>        --enable-multimaster \
>        --enable-bdb \
>        --enable-hdb \
>        --enable-ldap \
>        --enable-ldbm \
>        --with-ldbm-api=%{ldbm_backend} \
>        --enable-meta \
>        --enable-monitor \
>        --enable-null \
>        --enable-shell \
>        --enable-sql=mod \
>        --disable-perl \
>        --disable-shared \
>        --disable-dynamic \
>        --enable-static \
>        --with-kerberos=k5only
>
> Client like this:
>
>       --disable-slapd \
>        --disable-slurpd \
>        --enable-shared \
>        --enable-dynamic \
>        --enable-static \
>        --without-kerberos \
>        --with-pic
>

Slightly OT, but related to this question and answer,
 I'd like to know what options are used to
 build the openssh-4.3p2-26.el5 package.

Fetching the SRPM and exploring in there
I can see the %configure section in the openssh.spec:

%configure \
--sysconfdir=%{_sysconfdir}/ssh \
--libexecdir=%{_libexecdir}/openssh \
--datadir=%{_datadir}/openssh \
--with-tcp-wrappers \
--with-rsh=%{_bindir}/rsh \
--with-default-path=/usr/local/bin:/bin:/usr/bin \
--with-superuser-path=/usr/local/sbin:/usr/local/bin:/sbin:/bin:/usr/sbin:/usr/bin
\
--with-privsep-path=%{_var}/empty/sshd \
--enable-vendor-patchlevel="FC-%{version}-%{release}" \
--disable-strip \
--without-zlib-version-check \
%if %{nss}
--with-nss \
%endif
%if %{scard}
--with-smartcard \
%endif
%if %{rescue}
--without-pam \
%else
--with-pam \
%endif
%if %{WITH_SELINUX}
--with-selinux \
%endif
%if %{WITH_AUDIT}
--with-linux-audit \
%endif
%if %{kerberos5}
--with-kerberos5${krb5_prefix:+=${krb5_prefix}}
%else
--without-kerberos5
%endif

But many of these %if's leave me wondering what was actually used.
Is there a way to query the resultant binary files for their options?

-- 
Thanks,
-Bob



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