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Old 12-03-2007, 05:18 AM
Default ./configure -> "libgd unusable" (shall I build from source or scrape and rebuild?)

On a relatively new Nagios 2.x / CentOS 4.x server (only like a week
old), I am experiencing gd(-devel/-progs) problems and am wondering if
I should just scrape and rebuild. Here is my situation:

I installed LAMP+Nagios+NagiosQL and was going to install PerfParse so
that I could have trending info integrated with Nagios. The configure
script would run ok, but would crap out on make && make install,
leading me to believe something was missing from the configure script
(I had all the prequesisite files installed).

In an effort to fix it, another sysadmin did a "yum remove gd", which
ripped out Nagios. I reinstalled Nagios and gd, thinking that would
be ok, and since then, PerfParse's configure script says that "libgd
is unusable"

Any ideas? Or should I just scrape and rebuild while I still have
time before this goes into production?
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