[stunnel-users] Installing stunnel without need a compiler
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Tue Dec 5 21:49:47 CET 2006
At least for Solaris, you could ditch GCC and compile with the SunStudio
compilers. Which apparently are free right now --
Otherwise, try statically linking the libgcc into the executable, if
Boxall, John wrote:
> Mike et al,
> I want to be able to automate the installation of stunnel in the same
> manner that I've already automated our openssh installation, however,
> I've run into a problem (lack of knowledge) with the "make install"
> This is for Solaris (2.5.1 to 10) and AIX (5.1 to 5.3). I'm not quite
> ready to create the packages in either Solaris (pkg) or AIX (rpm)
> At a high level, here is what I would like to achieve:
> - On a build server (per OS version)
> - transfer all of the necessary stuff (gcc, openssl, stunnel
> - install the necessary stuff (gcc, openssl, etc.)
> - un'tar the stunnel package
> - run configure (with the appropriate options and paths)
> - run "make"
> - tar the stunnel directory & transfer it to a holding system
> - Put together the necessary pieces on the holding system to install
> on all targets.
> - On a target system (per OS version)
> - transfer all of the necessary stuff (libgcc, openssl, tar'ed
> directory, etc.)
> - install the necessary stuff (libgcc, openssl, zlib, etc.)
> - un-tar the stunnel file
> - run "make install"
> Using the same flow with our openssh packages, I do not have to install
> a compiler (gcc) and its support packages.
> What, if anything, can I do with the stunnel installation to not have to
> install a compiler?
> John Boxall
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