Re: [squid-users] Squid 3.2.10 not compilable under OpenBSD 5.2

From: Loïc BLOT <>
Date: Mon, 29 Apr 2013 07:16:58 +0200

Hello amos,
The command Line you give didn't work. It always tries to compile all helpers. I must disable compile in the makefile and disable Sasl check in the configure file.

Loic Blot

Le 29 avr. 2013 à 03:11, Amos Jeffries <> a écrit :

> On 29/04/2013 5:50 a.m., Loïc BLOT wrote:
>> Hi,
>> i cannot upgrade squid because my ./configure fails (cause : sasl)
>> checking sasl/sasl.h usability... no
>> checking sasl/sasl.h presence... no
>> checking for sasl/sasl.h... no
>> checking sasl.h usability... no
>> checking sasl.h presence... no
>> checking for sasl.h... no
>> checking for sasl_errstring in -lsasl2... no
>> checking for sasl_errstring in -lsasl... no
>> configure: error: Neither SASL nor SASL2 found
>> With squid 3.2.9 i haven't this problem
>> cyrus-sasl is installed but i don't need SASL.
>> Have you got an idea ?
> We merged in the patch used by OpenBSD ports for auto-detecting SASL and LDAP libraries presence in this release. So a bunch of helpers which use SASL are now attempting build when they did not earlier. But that means the configure *did* detect SASL existence at some point.
> The helpers using SASL are mostly Basic auth helpers. So if you build with --enable-auth-basic="" (exactly that, empty string parameter) it should enable basic auth without building any of the helpers. Or you can explicitly list just the ones you want to use.
> To help me resolve the issue permanently could you please let me know what was the exact full ./configure command you used was? and can you also supply a list of the SASL header files you have installed with full paths?
> Amos
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