Hi Chris!

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I tested out the following line and it worked for me:

You may have some leftover CMakeCache file from a previous attempt that is interfering with this. Try making sure you are doing the configure from a clean source directory and see what happens.


On Mon, 6 Jul 2020 at 23:01, Chris Ross (cross2) <cross2@cisco.com> wrote:

Hey there again.  So, I just today considered turning off PAM, largely to not have to deal with the setuid auth_pam_tool.  We’re not going to be using pam, just internal accounts, so.


I added -DPLUGIN_AUTH_PAM=NO and -DPLUGIN_AUTH_PAM_V1=NO to my build options, the same way I had turned off various other plugins I don’t need.  But, when running cmake, I now see:


CMake Error at cmake/plugin.cmake:283 (MESSAGE):                         

  Plugin AUTH_PAM cannot be built                                      

Call Stack (most recent call first):                                            

  CMakeLists.txt:413 (CONFIGURE_PLUGINS)                                    


I looked in CMakeOutput.log and CMakeError.log but don’t see anything that looks like related errors.  And, I asked it not to build AUTH_PAM plugin, so it complaining that it can’t seems unusual.


What did I miss?


- Chris


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