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bahramwhh
July 22nd, 2012, 03:33 PM
Hi,
I'm trying to compile quagga from source, I have all dependencies and I get no error during compile and everything goes fine.
But some files are missing in comparison with current ubuntu compiled package which can be found in the repositories.
For example "/usr/lib/quagga/" binary packages exist in the official ubuntu package but in my compiled program doesn't exist !

I was wondering how I can compile such that I can have a compiled quagga just like ubuntu offical package ?
what parameters should be passed to ./configure script ?!

Thanks in advanced.

SevenMachines
July 22nd, 2012, 05:07 PM
Are you building a debian package with

$ debuild -b -us -uc
If you're compiling a straight build from source (no packaging) then you'll need to look at debian/rules to see what options debian uses to build its package. Look at the override_dh_auto_configure: rule, you'll see lots of --enable parameters that are passed to ./configure