[sane-devel] What compiler switch for systemd support?

Olaf Meeuwissen paddy-hack at member.fsf.org
Tue Nov 21 13:47:31 UTC 2017

Hi ToddAndMargo,

ToddAndMargo writes:

> Dear List,
> Anyone know what the compiler switch is to compile
> in explicit systemd support?

  $ ./configure --help | grep systemd
    --with-systemd          enable systemd support [default=yes]

So, --with-systemd would be the configure time option to use.
Of course, you will need the systemd development packages installed
(probably libsystemd-dev or similar).

With the flag, configure will abort with an error if the requirements to
build in systemd support are not satisfied.

Hope this helps,
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