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From: Robb Canfield <robbc at canfield dot com>
Subject: Re: Sybperl and RedHat Linux 5.0
Date: Mar 9 1998 8:08AM

Thanks Hugh!

I commented out the EXTRA_DEFS line and the test seems to work now.

Your help is greatly appreciated.

At 01:55 AM 3/9/98 +0000, you wrote:
>Here are my CONFIG settings:
>The only library I have listed in CONFIG is:
>I didn't have to do any editing of the of the extralibs stuff per the Linux
>instructions at M. Peppler's site; evidently things have been upgraded since
>The important line in CONFIG is:
>If you have these set this way and it still doesn't work let me know; I'll
>send you all the settings I have.
>I'd suggest doing a 'make clean'; reedit CONFIG to look like this (if it
>doesn't already) and try one more time.
>I'm assuming you've also edited PWD to settings useful at your site.
>How do you have $SYBASE set?  I never needed to set $SYBPLATFORM.
>Robb Canfield wrote:
>> I have been unable to get the new CTLib library to compile properly or
>> SybPerl to pass its test using Redhat 5.0. I have added all patches (except
>> kernel) from Redhat's site as of 3-7-98. I have read all archives of
>> SybPerl messages but nothing seems to be helping.  My version of Perl is
>> 5.004_01 and I did all my work as root.  I confirmed that SYBASE and
>> SYBPLATFORM were set correctly, I also verified that my extralibs file was
>> correct:
>>    -L/usr/local/sybase/lib -lct -lcs -lsybtcl -lcomn -lintl -linsck -lm
>> I am using the latest releases from (as of
>> 3-7-98).
>> Is there anything specific that you did that I may be missing?
>> At 05:34 PM 3/8/98 +0000, you wrote:
>> >I would just like to confirm that Sybperl 2.09 will compile with the new
>> >"dynamic" version of the the Sybase libraries if you still do a static
>> >build.  Worked fine on my machine, no errors with 'make test'.  Alright!
>> >
>> >--
>> >Hugh Caley, System Administrator
>> >Babcock & Brown, Inc., San Francisco
>> >1+512+1515x694 |
>> >
>Hugh Caley, System Administrator
>Babcock & Brown, Inc., San Francisco
>1+512+1515x694 |