I've been tearing my hair out trying to get this to work. I'm running OpenBSD 5.3 x64 and I'm trying to build isc-bind from ports using the -with-gssapi in the Makefile (I want to have the -g option in nsupdate so I can use iscp-dhcp to register dynamic DNS updates against a secure Windows nameserver).
I've specified --with-gssapi=/usr in the Makefile. Now, OpenBSD seems to put the gssapi.h in /usr/include/kerberosV, and krb5.h is there too. Yet, when I make the port it gives the following errors:
checking for GSSAPI library... looking in /usr/lib
checking gssapi.h usability... no
checking gssapi.h presence... no
checking for gssapi.h... no
checking gssapi/gssapi.h usability... no
checking gssapi/gssapi.h presence... no
checking for gssapi/gssapi.h... no
configure: error: gssapi.h not found
I've tried adding symlinks here and there, but nothing works. I also see that the configure script wants to tack /lib onto the end of whatever path I enter for --with-gssapi=, even though the .h files aren't located in any such folder.
Am I doing something wrong? I'd appreciate any insights.
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