[erlang-questions] : OTP Stack building problems

mog <>
Thu Jan 24 15:30:50 CET 2008


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Raimo Niskanen wrote:
> Sorry about the lack of response on the erlang-bugs
> mailing list. We have downprioritized this since
> we felt SCTP was only for the ones that had a
> specific need. But now it seems new Linux:es ship
> both header files and libraries for SCTP, with
> a too fresh version for our standard build.
> 
> So, now this is a reeally annoying problem that
> I am currently working on. We hope it will be
> fixed in R12B-1; I have a dirty #ifdefing
> solution that works for lksctp-tools-1.0.7
> but have not made regression tests against
> the older version yet. So I will polish
> on the #ifdefs before being happy.
> 
> Any hints on how SCTP header files differ between
> different OS:es are greatly appreciated, esp.
> if struct sctp_event_subscribe.sctp_adaptation_layer_event
> does not exist on FreeBSD, can one then count on
> struct sctp_event_subscribe.sctp_adaption_layer_even
> existing instead. (Ther is a patch on 
> http://www.nabble.com/Patch-to-fix-crypto-and-SCTP-support-on-FreeBSD-to11474612.html#a11474612
> that tests for the "adaptation" spelled variant and if it does
> not exist assumes there is no such field instead of
> falling back to the "adaption" spelling.
> And we have no FreeBSD machine to test on...

I can not say for certain that is the only change but, I would say it is
highly probable that the only changes are those included in the patch I
provided.   It has worked on freebsd and debian boxes I tried it on.

Mog

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