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Proftpd's autoconf system is a very sensitive beast, and using its provided
RPM spec makes it even harder because it tries to be very "flexible".

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


By using the defaults, you'll be passing an empty value to "--with-modules"
(as the RPM spec initializes "static_modules" unconditionally), which makes
configure croak. Anyway, even if you fix this (skipping that option), you'll
still get into more trouble, given mod_ban's dependency on mod_ctrls.

Best bet - if you really want to use that spec - is to use what seems to be
packager's preferred way of building proftpd (quoting from spec):

# to turn everything on, build as:
#
# rpmbuild -ba --with ctrls --with mod_facl --with mod_tls --with nls \
# --with ipv6 --with dso proftpd.spec

(to the minimum, you'll have to use "--with ctrls --with mod_facl").

Another option would be to use Fedora's spec:
http://cvs.fedora.redhat.com/viewcvs...d/proftpd.spec
This one's already updated for 1.3.1:
http://linux.reb00t.com/SPECS/extras/proftpd.spec

'HTH
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Marius Feraru
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