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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0000343||easycwmp||Help||public||2018-07-10 01:11||2018-07-10 01:11|
|Platform||Linux x86||OS||CentOS 7||OS Version||7-5.1804.el7|
|Summary||0000343: Unable to Complete ./configure Script|
|Description||This is repeatable on latest CentOS 7 and Ubuntu Server 18.04 versions.|
I am sure that I followed the EasyCwmp installation guide completely. I always get stuck when installing the EasyCwmp program at the ./configure script. It reports "No package 'microxml' found".
I repeat the installation instructions part 3 and skip over step 2 for microxml from the EasyCwmp installation document. I look over the ./configure script and can not tell what/where the script is looking for 'microxml'.
Required packages installed:
libuci: 26 March 2018 version (from git.openwrt.org)
libcurl: libcurl-devel 7.29.0-46.el7
json-c: json-c 0.11-4.el7_0
json-c: json-c-devel 0.11-4.el7_0
microxml: 1.0 (from https://github.com/pivasoftware/microxml)
|Steps To Reproduce||Install all packages normally using the steps provided at http://www.easycwmp.org/install.html (not all packages needed to be installed are listed; cmake, autoconf, libcurl-dev, etc.)|
When you start installing the latest version of EasyCwmp, you will be able to run the "autoreconf -i" successfully. When you run the "./configure --prefix=/usr --enable-threads --enable-shared --enable-static" script, 1) --enable-acs is not recognized 2) "checking for MICROXML... no"
"configure: error: Package requirements (microxml) were not met:
"No package 'microxml' found
"Consider adjusting the PKG_CONFIG_PATH environment variable if you installed software in a non-standard prefix.
"Alternatively, you may set the environment variables MICROXML_CFLAGS
and MICROXML_LIBS to avoid the need to call pkg-config.
See the pkg-config man page for more details."
|Additional Information||Then man pkg-config page does not help me as I did not design this code.|
json-c and libcurl were installed using yum in CentOS 7 and apt-get in Ubuntu 18.04
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