>>>>> On Wed, 31 Mar 2004 13:26:41 +0530, nvenkatesha@... said:
nvenkatesha> i have to use snmp library on sco unix machine. as i have
nvenkatesha> not yet got the machine, i want to know whether the
nvenkatesha> net-snmp Version: 5.1.1 can be compiled on sco unix
nvenkatesha> machine. please reply as soon as possible.
It's not explicitly listed as supported. However the FAQ has this to
What happens if mine isn't listed?
It's probably worth trying to compile it anyway. If your system
is reasonably similar to another supported configuration, it may
well compile with little or no difficulty. The most likely source
of problems will be MIB modules within the agent, as this tends to
be where the most system-specific code is found.
If only a few modules fail to compile, try removing them from
the agent by running "configure --with-out-mib-module=xxx,yyy",
and re-compiling. If a large number of modules fail, then it
might be easier to start from a relatively bare system, using
"configure --enable-mini-agent --with-defaults". Then if this
minimal agent compiles and runs successfully, try adding the
missing mibgroups using the configure option '--with-mib-module'.
If configure fails with "invalid configuration" messages, or
you get completely stuck, contact the coders list for advice.
Similarly, if you manage to get this working on a new system,
please let us know both details of the hardware you're using,
and what versions of the operating system you've tried it on.
The entry 'host' in the file 'config.status' will show this
information. Oh, and congratulations!