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From: sandesh tattitali <stattitali at paragon-mcs dot com>
Subject: Sybase lib file not found
Date: Jan 13 1998 2:56PM
I have this totally wierd problem that totally beats me.
I have 2 machines , both running Solaris 2.5.1.
Perl and Sybperl were compiled on a third m/c that also runs 2.5.1.
The Perl installation on the 2 m/c is the same.
However on removing the LD_LIBRARY_PATH variable from the user
a/c on one machine, I get the following error
so' for module Sybase::CTlib: ld.so.1: /usr/local/bin/perl: fatal:
can't open file: errno=2 at
at member.cgi line 8
BEGIN failed--compilation aborted at member.cgi line 8.
whereas on the other machine I do not get this problem.
However when the LD_LIBRARY_PATH is set, the script runs fine on
Another wierd thing is that even though I set LD_LIBRARY_PATH in the
BEGIN clause, I still get this error on the problematic machine.
I was able to get the script running by creating a soft link between
/sybase1102 and the actual SYBASE installation. This I believe worked
because the machine on which Perl and Sybperl were compiled had
/sybase1102 as its SYBASE installation.
Anybody experienced something similar/got any explanations ??
I might add that the machine architectures are slightly different in the
sense that the errant machine is an Ultra whereas the 'good' machine
is a Sparc 20.