[Orca-users] Fwd: Orca on Panther

Scott Stoddard stoddards at apple.com
Mon Aug 16 15:07:56 PDT 2004

Earlier post was flawed... configure ran fine... it was 'make' that 
died almost immediately with the Autoconf 2.58 error...

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> From: Scott Stoddard <stoddards at apple.com>
> Date: August 16, 2004 2:29:14 PM PDT
> To: orca-users at orcaware.com
> Subject: Orca on Panther
> I've been running Orca on several Mac OS X 10.2.x (Jaguar) servers 
> with a data gathering tool called Macollator for over a year now and 
> everything has been running great. Now however, I tried running the 
> same installation on my Mac OS X 10.3 (Panther) box (actually last 
> March, just getting around to fixing this!) which has Perl 5.8.1 
> installed and (it seems to me anyway) a built in RRDs module. So 
> anyway, first off the script won't work. So a Perl expert I know (I am 
> NOT one) said I had to recompile the script and maybe the modules for 
> the new version of Perl. Cool. So I visit orcaware.com and get the 
> 0.27 build. Configure runs okay, but make fails. I stumble around and 
> find a note by Blair saying he fixed a few things and among them is 
> perl bindings on OS X. Cool, so I go get the trunk from his subversion 
> (as directed, I thought) and I innocently run autogen.sh to get a 
> configure script, then I try it with the same --with-html-dir= etc 
> etc... and configure dies when it starts trying to work the rrdtool 
> stuff, telling me I need Autoconf 2.58 or higher.
> I can't find an Autoconf 2.58 for OS X. Can anybody help me? Fink 
> offers an Autoconf 2.54... is that good enough? Do I need anything 
> else? Am I even on the right track? Has anybody ever configured and 
> installed Orca on a Mac OS X 10.3.x?
> ________________________
> Scott Stoddard
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