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From: Rick Smith <rsmith at nac dot net>
Subject: Re: Problems with Sybperl and Linux - RedHat 5.0
Date: Jan 29 1998 6:10PM
I can confirm that... we run it here on two 4.2 machines, and it works
Now, I admit i've not been paying attention... what does it take to install
and run sybperl on redhat 5.0 ? Or can't it be done at all ? I'm trying
and perl just keeps core dumping.
Hugh Caley wrote:
> Thank you for the information. Can you confirm that the compilation is
> successful on RedHat 4.2?
> Vaclav Ovsik wrote:
> > On Wed, 28 Jan 1998, Hugh Caley wrote:
> > > Thanks for the suggestions, but I don't know what it is trying to
> > > accomplish. I don't have anything of Perl in usr/local;
> > > I don't have an /ext/ directory that I can find, and the rpm was 2.07,
> > > not 2.09. Can you clarify for me?
> > I was doing some experiments with sqsh compiled dynamicaly with libc 5,
> > and variables LD_LIBRARY_PATH, LD_PRELOAD ... on RH 5.0.
> > But libreadline.so is missing in package libc-5.3.12-25, so
> > when sqsh started, libreadline.so.3 and libc 6 loaded it finished
> > with core dump.
> > I stoped experiments there. It is too difficult to have two different
> > dynamic libc on system.
> > Maybe problem can be solved by staticaly linked binaries (with every
> > library, not only sybase libs).
> > But it dislike me. Big perl without support of dynamic loading
> > modules ...
> > But, who knows ? There could be other problems.
> > I gave it up. :-(
> > I think instaling RH 4.2 is easier. (I did it previous week.)
> > --
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