[Nut-upsuser] Configure script not recognizing NET-SNMP
mark.lanctot at gmail.com
Fri Aug 3 12:37:29 UTC 2007
Worked fine. I also had to install libusb -dev.
Thanks for answering such a newbie question!
On 8/2/07, Charles Lepple <clepple at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 8/2/07, Mark Lanctot <mark.lanctot at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hello.
> > I'm trying to install NUT 2.2.0 stable.
> > The configure script isn't recognizing my NET-SNMP installation. It
> > exits with a "configure: error: "Net-SNMP libraries not found,
> > required for SNMP drivers"
> > I'm running Ubuntu 7.04 64-bit with NET-SNMP 5.2.3-4ubuntu1 and
> > NET-SNMP daemon 5.2.3-4ubuntu1 along with libsnmp9 5.2.3-4ubuntu1 and
> > libsnmp-base 5.2.3-4ubuntu1.
> > Is there an issue with my installed SNMP libraries? Anything
> > additional I should install, or should I go with newer SNMP libraries?
> > These are from the Ubuntu repositories, are they compatible?
> The general rule for libraries in Ubuntu (or Debian) is to always
> install the -dev variant as well when you are building from source.
> Typically, the base packages are only enough to run programs, not
> build them.
> If that doesn't work, let us know.
> - Charles Lepple
Procon Measurement & Control Inc.
5-622 Wharncliffe Road S
London, ON N6J 2N4
mlanctot at proconsystems.com
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