[Pkg-samba-maint] nearly built 3.2.0~pre2-1
vorlon at debian.org
Sat Mar 29 22:42:24 UTC 2008
On Thu, Mar 27, 2008 at 09:18:36AM +0100, Michael Adam wrote:
> That is right, this (along with subsequent commits) is the cause of the
> libtalloc.so.1 problem. (But spontaneously, I don't know about the symbols
> missing from the vfs modules.)
The missing symbols are a non-issue; dpkg-shlibdeps warns about these
because it has no way of knowing what symbols in a plugin are supposed to
be resolved by the caller, which is the case here.
> When there is no system talloc library (as is there at least in
> SID as Jelmer told me), Samba needs to provide its own. There are
> several choices:
Can you help with fixing the Samba build rules so that it will actually
*use* the system talloc library if present? I can't see any way to specify
this; the only choices I see are to build against the static in-tree lib,
build against the shared in-tree lib, or link the individual object files
directly without first making a lib, there's no way to tell the build rules
to *not* build libtalloc and instead look for it in the system path. (If I
could get that working, we would use that solution for both libtalloc and
> * you can decide to only link libtalloc statically by specifying
Doesn't actually work, as mentioned in my previous mail.
> * when you link libtalloc dynamically, you need to provide
> libtalloc.so on systems that don't have it. it is installed
> into the $LIBDIR folder by plain samba install.
Actually, no; it has an soname, so what needs to be provided is
libtalloc.so.0. The samba build rules are buggy in this regard as well,
since they install each lib under the "*.so" name, and we have to rename it
in the Debian packaging to get it under the right name for the runtime
> so you can put it in the samba-common package (e.g.) or
> build samba3's own libtalloc packages. (by cd'ing to
> source/lib/talloc and building there).
These would never belong in the samba-common package. We need packaging
that's future-proofed against ABI changes, so each shared library we ship
will get its own package.
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