the install from the jabberd.org site for Ver 2.x
requires a './configure', make and make install
It's been complaining about openssl not being
installed despite all having all the latest openssl
rpm's installed on the box from RHN.
It was previously throwing up an error saying that
'idn' was not installed, so tried the compile using
the "--disable-idn" switch. The next run of the
"./configure" kicks off then ends stating that openssl
is not installed
If there was an install RPM out there that did the job
I'd be more than happy to give it a whirl
--- Justin <ilug at maccarthy.org> wrote:
> What is the issue with Jabber?
> There is no make install step AFAIR so unpack ,
> ./configure and then:
>> On Sep 1, 2004, at 11:57 AM, PaulD wrote:
>> > I'm looking to setup an internal company IM
> > I've be looking at the open source solutions, but
> > would be interested to know if anyone has any
> > recommendations for one that they have found to be
> > quite good?
> > I'm currently looking at "jabber"
> > (http://www.jabber.org/software/servers.php) which
> > seems to be a decent package, but is proving to be
> > bit of pain getting it to compile.
> > Any recommendaations would be appreciated.
> > TIA
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