I just downloaded bacula and am following the directions to install it on a SUSE Linux Enterprise Server (hereinafter "SLES") machine. I elected to use SQLite, so I downloaded the depgks. My directories look like this:
I ran make in the depkgs directory and got no errors. Then I run configure in the bacula-1.36.3 directory, but get errors as follows:
If I run
the last lines output to the console look like this:
You have not specified either --enable-client-only or one of the supported databases: MySQL, PostreSQL, or SQLite.
This is not permitted. Please reconfigure.
If I run
the last lines look like this:
checking for PostgreSQL support... no
checking for MySQL support... checking for SQLite support... no
configure: error: Unable to find sqlite.h in standard locations
I'm real eager to try this product; I'm just a little out of my element troubleshooting this kind of thing.
Tks n rgds,
Richard White CNE6
Mason County, Washington
> I just downloaded bacula and am following the directions to install it
> on a SUSE Linux Enterprise Server (hereinafter "SLES") machine. I
> elected to use SQLite, so I downloaded the depgks. My directories look
> like this:
That had better be SLES9
SLES8 is awkward to work with due to mismatched shared/static libraries,
particularly when it comes to Postgres.