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[CsMain] Problems configuring CS
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Ala de Dragón
2015-06-04 11:53:53 UTC
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Hello :D

I was following the building guide for Planeshift linux (debian) at
http://svn.code.sf.net/p/planeshift/code/trunk/docs/compiling.html
When I arrive to step :

Crystal Space (CS)
Now we can build it and use the configure line to tell it where we
installed the cal3d libraries. To do this, use the prefix line that
was used for Cal3d above.
$HOME/development/cs$ ./configure --without-java --without-perl
--without-python --without-3ds --with-cal3d=$HOME/development/cal3d

The configure process runs and at the end it asks me about a password.
Is the code protected and I need to login on some place?

config.status: creating Jamfile
config.status: executing include/csconfig.h commands
config.status: executing Jamconfig commands
config.status: executing Makefile commands
The authenticity of host 'crystalspace3d.org (217.115.131.45)' can't
be established.
RSA key fingerprint is 9b:55:7a:fe:ea:aa:0e:71:ea:74:65:da:0a:06:91:15.
Are you sure you want to continue connecting (yes/no)?yes
***@crystalspace3d.org's password:

and I stopped here.
Some guidance should be appreciated.
I asked about this on the IRC channel but I don't use to be logged so
often recently.
There is also a PS threat forum opened at

More info on:
http://www.hydlaaplaza.com/smf/index.php?topic=42174
http://pastebin.com/29mN26x6
Thanks for reading
:)
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lo que el agua es para las ninfas"

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Eric Sunshine
2015-06-04 17:08:06 UTC
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Post by Ala de Dragón
I was following the building guide for Planeshift linux (debian) at
http://svn.code.sf.net/p/planeshift/code/trunk/docs/compiling.html
$HOME/development/cs$ ./configure --without-java --without-perl
--without-python --without-3ds --with-cal3d=$HOME/development/cal3d
The configure process runs and at the end it asks me about a password.
Is the code protected and I need to login on some place?
config.status: creating Jamfile
config.status: executing include/csconfig.h commands
config.status: executing Jamconfig commands
config.status: executing Makefile commands
The authenticity of host 'crystalspace3d.org (217.115.131.45)' can't
be established.
RSA key fingerprint is 9b:55:7a:fe:ea:aa:0e:71:ea:74:65:da:0a:06:91:15.
Are you sure you want to continue connecting (yes/no)?yes
Nothing in the CS configure script should be attempting network
communication as far as I know. The best recommendation at this point
is probably to check config.log to see what the configure script was
actually trying to do at that point.

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Tuxa
2015-06-04 19:19:18 UTC
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Just my 2 cents:

It look like a ssh connection, something like a svn/cvs it use ssh.

Have you try a simple "Enter Key" as Password ?


Regards

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Post by Eric Sunshine
Post by Ala de Dragón
I was following the building guide for Planeshift linux (debian) at
http://svn.code.sf.net/p/planeshift/code/trunk/docs/compiling.html
$HOME/development/cs$ ./configure --without-java --without-perl
--without-python --without-3ds --with-cal3d=$HOME/development/cal3d
The configure process runs and at the end it asks me about a password.
Is the code protected and I need to login on some place?
config.status: creating Jamfile
config.status: executing include/csconfig.h commands
config.status: executing Jamconfig commands
config.status: executing Makefile commands
The authenticity of host 'crystalspace3d.org (217.115.131.45)' can't
be established.
RSA key fingerprint is 9b:55:7a:fe:ea:aa:0e:71:ea:74:65:da:0a:06:91:15.
Are you sure you want to continue connecting (yes/no)?yes
Nothing in the CS configure script should be attempting network
communication as far as I know. The best recommendation at this point
is probably to check config.log to see what the configure script was
actually trying to do at that point.
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Ala de Dragón
2015-06-04 20:24:04 UTC
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(...)
Post by Eric Sunshine
Nothing in the CS configure script should be attempting network
communication as far as I know. The best recommendation at this point
is probably to check config.log to see what the configure script was
actually trying to do at that point.
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At this moment I wasn't able to find the log you mention. Can I
provide any command option to the configure process to log it? I just
have the console log I posted on pastebin.

It seems to try lo log to ssh/cvs, but pressing enter button with
blank password is not running.



Thanks for helping :)
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lo que el agua es para las ninfas"

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Eric Sunshine
2015-06-04 21:20:59 UTC
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Post by Ala de Dragón
Post by Eric Sunshine
Nothing in the CS configure script should be attempting network
communication as far as I know. The best recommendation at this point
is probably to check config.log to see what the configure script was
actually trying to do at that point.
At this moment I wasn't able to find the log you mention. Can I
provide any command option to the configure process to log it? I just
have the console log I posted on pastebin.
It seems to try lo log to ssh/cvs, but pressing enter button with
blank password is not running.
When you invoke he configure script, it should create a config.log
file in the current directory, which contains much more detail about
what the configure script is doing behind the scenes.

The operation of the configure script should be entirely local, so it
doesn't make sense for it to be attempting network access. In
particular, it should not be trying to sign into the
crystalspace3d.org machine as user 'crystal' (which is a user account
for automated maintenance of the project).

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Ala de Dragón
2015-06-10 12:19:04 UTC
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(pasted from: http://www.hydlaaplaza.com/smf/index.php?topic=42174)


As I realized now, configure script produces config.log, but delete it
after executing Makefile commands stage. Strangely, on this stage
configure perform build of CS, as there are compiler output in the log
(but not in the console). After that (it take long enough), script
ask:


The authenticity of host 'crystalspace3d.org (217.115.131.45)' can't
be established.
RSA key fingerprint is 9b:55:7a:fe:ea:aa:0e:71:ea:74:65:da:0a:06:91:15.
Are you sure you want to continue connecting (yes/no)?
Post by Eric Sunshine
Post by Ala de Dragón
Post by Eric Sunshine
Nothing in the CS configure script should be attempting network
communication as far as I know. The best recommendation at this point
is probably to check config.log to see what the configure script was
actually trying to do at that point.
At this moment I wasn't able to find the log you mention. Can I
provide any command option to the configure process to log it? I just
have the console log I posted on pastebin.
It seems to try lo log to ssh/cvs, but pressing enter button with
blank password is not running.
When you invoke he configure script, it should create a config.log
file in the current directory, which contains much more detail about
what the configure script is doing behind the scenes.
The operation of the configure script should be entirely local, so it
doesn't make sense for it to be attempting network access. In
particular, it should not be trying to sign into the
crystalspace3d.org machine as user 'crystal' (which is a user account
for automated maintenance of the project).
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Eric Sunshine
2015-06-10 21:09:00 UTC
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Post by Ala de Dragón
As I realized now, configure script produces config.log, but delete it
after executing Makefile commands stage.
The configure script does not delete config.log. It must be getting
deleted by some other agent.
Post by Ala de Dragón
Strangely, on this stage
configure perform build of CS, as there are compiler output in the log
(but not in the console).
The compiler output in config.log is from tests which check attributes
of your build environment. CS itself does not get built at that stage.
Post by Ala de Dragón
The authenticity of host 'crystalspace3d.org (217.115.131.45)' can't
be established.
RSA key fingerprint is 9b:55:7a:fe:ea:aa:0e:71:ea:74:65:da:0a:06:91:15.
Are you sure you want to continue connecting (yes/no)?
Are you actually running the configure script directly, or are you
using some script which configures and builds CS? I ask because the
configure script itself should never be attempting network access.

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Ala de Dragón
2015-06-13 13:01:42 UTC
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Post by Eric Sunshine
Post by Ala de Dragón
As I realized now, configure script produces config.log, but delete it
after executing Makefile commands stage.
The configure script does not delete config.log. It must be getting
deleted by some other agent.
ok
Post by Eric Sunshine
Post by Ala de Dragón
Strangely, on this stage
configure perform build of CS, as there are compiler output in the log
(but not in the console).
The compiler output in config.log is from tests which check attributes
of your build environment. CS itself does not get built at that stage.
ok
Post by Eric Sunshine
Post by Ala de Dragón
The authenticity of host 'crystalspace3d.org (217.115.131.45)' can't
be established.
RSA key fingerprint is 9b:55:7a:fe:ea:aa:0e:71:ea:74:65:da:0a:06:91:15.
Are you sure you want to continue connecting (yes/no)?
Are you actually running the configure script directly, or are you
using some script which configures and builds CS? I ask because the
configure script itself should never be attempting network access.
I'm running it directly as in the compiling planetshift guide is.
I'm run it from real pc and different virtual machines for testing. In
both the set up is broken for debian 8.0 jessie. I tried also the live
iso with persistence and build CS with the same problem.
Post by Eric Sunshine
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Eric Sunshine
2015-06-15 03:10:46 UTC
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Post by Ala de Dragón
Post by Eric Sunshine
Are you actually running the configure script directly, or are you
using some script which configures and builds CS? I ask because the
configure script itself should never be attempting network access.
I'm running it directly as in the compiling planetshift guide is.
I'm run it from real pc and different virtual machines for testing. In
both the set up is broken for debian 8.0 jessie. I tried also the live
iso with persistence and build CS with the same problem.
I don't know what else to suggest. It's pretty difficult to diagnose
the issue without seeing the config.log (and even that might not tell
us anything) or the actual configure script you're invoking.

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