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Re: Compilation error
On Fri, 7 Apr 2000, Graeme Wood wrote:
-=> On Fri, 7 Apr 2000, Murvai-Buzogany Laszlo wrote:
-=> > Hi!
-=> > I have a problem with compiling Heimdal on Solaris 7 on Sparc platform. I
-=> > have BerkeleyDB 2.7.7 installed, and tried to compile Heimdal.
-=> > The 'configure' script returned no error, I ran it after:
-=> > export CPPFLAGS=-I/dir/of/BerkeleyDB/include
-=> > export LDFLAGS=-L/dir/of/BerkeleyDB/lib
-=> > It showed no broken dependencies. Though, when running make, I get the
-=> > next error message:
-=> > undefined symbol dbopen in libhdb.a(db.o). I don't know why this happens,
-=> > since dbopen is a function implemented in db.h file, which is known to the
-=> > configure script.
-=> > Hope somebody has had any ideas concourning this.
-=> Are you sure you didn't have a config.cache file lying about from before
-=> you set LDFLAGS? I had the same problem but then I removed config.cache
-=> and reran configure and make and it found the library and linked it.
I deleted config.cache, untarred the source again, but it didnt work.
Everything is stuck up at the same point again. I dont have any idea why
this is happening.
Thx anyway :))
-=> Graeme Wood Email: Graeme.Wood@ucs.ed.ac.uk
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