> Try upgrading to rpm-4.2 or better.

The FC2 machine has rpm-4.3.1-0.4.1
The CentOS 4 machine has rpm-4.3.3-22_nonptl

> For that matter... is there a reason you're still having to run FC2?


The FC2 machine is on the list to be upgraded to CentOS 5, but has not
made its way to the top of the list yet. I thought it would be useful to
try compiling on more than one release to make sure the issue was not
related to one specific release or build environment. When both had
issues, I felt it might be useful to include that in the explanation of
the issue I am having.

I would be glad to answer any other questions that you may have.

Thanks,
Barry


> Barry Brimer wrote:
>> While running configure both while trying to compile the rpm and by hand
>> with the same configure line as the rpm I received the error:
>>
>> configure: error: source file './modules/d_auth_pam.c' cannot be found --
>> aborting
>>
>> It appears as though something is missing the 'mo' in
>> './modules/mod_auth_pam.c'
>>
>> While trying to do an rpmbuild -ta against proftpd-1.3.1.tar.gz I also
>> found the Source: line in the spec file to reference the tar.bz2 and not
>> the tar.gz
>>
>> I have had no problem compiling previous proftpd releases on these
>> machines.
>>
>> Barry
>>

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