Section C.1. Install Directory and Library Options


C.1. Install Directory and Library Options


--prefix= directory

Define the install root directory used for the Samba daemons, client tools, configuration files, and libraries.


--enable-pie

Enable support for Position Independent Executables (PIE), if supported by the compiler.


--with-cfenc =directory

Enable support for special Unicode encodings when building on OS X/Darwin systems.


--with-configdir =directory

The directory in which Samba keeps its configuration file, usually called smb.conf.


--with-fhs

Adhere to the Filesystem Hierarchy Standard (FHS) when locating files. For details, see http: //www.pathname.com/fhs.


--with-included-popt

Include Samba's own support for parsing command-line options, instead of using the local system's popt( ) C-library function.


--with-krb5 =base-dir

Include support for Kerberos Version 5, specifying the base directory of the Kerberos distribution. This version of Kerberos is compatible with Windows 2000 and Windows Server 2003 Active Directory domains.


--with-ldap

Include support for accessing LDAP directory services. This includes using the ldapsam passdb plug-in and integration with Active Directory. Currently, Samba supports only the OpenLDAP client libraries joining an AD domain.


--with-libiconv =directory

A location for iconv( ) support. The iconv( ) function exists in the C library to perform conversion between different character sets. This option allows Samba's default method of determining the location of the iconv( ) library to be overridden. Ordinarily, the configuration process checks for support in the C library on the system and, if not found, uses code included in the Samba source tree. Using --with-libiconv, it is possible to specify explicitly where the support is located. The include files are assumed to be in directory/include, and library files are assumed to be in directory/lib.


--with-lockdir =directory

The directory in which Samba keeps its database of information, including tdb files, browse.dat and wins.dat.


--with-logfilebase =directory

The directory in which Samba keeps logfiles for the smbd, nmbd, and winbindd daemons.


--with-piddir =directory

The directory in which Samba keeps the PID files for keeping track of the process IDs of the parent Samba daemons.


--with-privatedir =directory

The directory in which Samba keeps the smbpasswd , secrets.tdb , and related files for authentication.


--with-readline =directory

Location for readline( ) support. The readline function exists in the C library to accept a line of input from an interactive user and provide support for editing and history. Samba uses these functions in smbclient and rpcclient.


--with-swatdir =directory

Where to install the HTML and images files for SWAT.




Using Samba
Using Samba: A File and Print Server for Linux, Unix & Mac OS X, 3rd Edition
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