portmapper and solaris w.o. C compiler

portmapper and solaris w.o. C compiler

Post by Jack Tuszyns » Fri, 21 Apr 1995 04:00:00



Has anybody built Venema's portmapper on Solaris 2.X using only gcc?  

I'm having terrible build problems that look like the gcc compiler cannot build the code.  Does the portmapper require the Sun manufacterer C compiler to build on Solaris?

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portmapper and solaris w.o. C compiler

Post by Nathan Laws » Fri, 21 Apr 1995 04:00:00



>Has anybody built Venema's portmapper on Solaris 2.X using only gcc?  

You might want to use rpcbind, since that's intended for System V type
systems.  I am running that rpcbind on 2.4 and it works great.

ftp.win.tue.nl:/pub/security/rpcbind*

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portmapper and solaris w.o. C compiler

Post by Bill Pa » Sat, 22 Apr 1995 04:00:00


Daring to challenge the will of the almighty Leviam00se, Jack Tuszynski

: Has anybody built Venema's portmapper on Solaris 2.X using only gcc?  

: I'm having terrible build problems that look like the gcc compiler
: cannot build the code.  Does the portmapper require the Sun manufacterer
: C compiler to build on Solaris?


You should be using rpcbind for Solaris 2.x, not portmap. There should be
a tcpwrapped version of rpcbind in the same place where you got the
portmapper. (The version I have is 1.1.) I successfully built it with
gcc 2.6.3 on both Solaris 2.3 and 2.4.

-Bill

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