[sudo-users] sudo -V for old versions

Tim Daley tim.daley at cru.org
Fri Feb 15 12:23:35 EST 2013

Thanks! I assume the following should produce something more like what I
want then.

>From current install:
# sudo -V |head -3
Sudo version 1.8.5p2
Configure options: --prefix=/usr/local --with-insults=disabled
--with-logging=syslog --with-logfac=auth
--with-editor=/usr/bin/vim:/usr/bin/vi:/bin/vi --with-env-editor --with-pam
--enable-zlib=builtin --disable-nls
Sudoers policy plugin version 1.8.5p2

My build:
./configure  --prefix=/usr/local --with-insults=disabled
--with-logfac=auth --with-editor=/usr/bin/vi --with-env-editor --with-pam
le-zlib=builtin --disable-nls \
        --with-ldap=/opt/IBM/ldap/V6.3 \
        --with-incpath=/opt/IBM/ldap/V6.3/include \
        --with-libpath=/opt/IBM/ldap/V6.3/lib  \
        --with-ldap-conf-file=/etc/security/ldap/ldap.cfg \
        --without-lecture \
        --without-mail-if-no-user \
        --with-nsswitch=no \
        --without-sendmail \
        --enable-warnings \

make  && make PPFLAGS="" PPVARS="flavor=ldap aix_freeware=true" package

On Fri, Feb 15, 2013 at 12:05 PM, Todd C. Miller
<Todd.Miller at courtesan.com>wrote:

> The AIX packages on sudo.ws do not include LDAP support as AIX does
> not ship with ldap libraries in the base system.
> You should be able to use the IBM Tivoli Directory client libs to
> build sudo.  If you want to use the mkpkg script to create a bff
> package you would just run:
> $ ./mkpkg --flavor=ldap
>  - todd

*Tim Daley*
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