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From: Robb Canfield <robbc at canfield dot com>
Subject: Re: HP-UX and Sybperl
Date: Jun 12 1998 10:57PM
I tracked down the errors to:
A) Wrong compiler on HP - SYSOP fixed that
B) Did not compile with the "portable" flag - required since the BINS are
moved to other HP systems.
Now I face another question:
Can SybPerl/DBD be compiled dynamically and installed separately from the
base Perl? I have compiled the code dynamically but for technical reasons
there is a desire to keep the current Perl directory structure as is. I
know that at a minimum I will need to add to the @INC (or Perl5Lib
environmental variable) but how do I get SybPerl to place its stuff in the
proper location without hand-editing the makefile?
Thanks for the help Michael and thanks even more for creating this
At 09:39 AM 6/12/98 -0700, you wrote:
>Robb Canfield writes:
> > I need to install Sybperl (and DBI) on a 'HP-UX B.10.20 A 9000/811'
> > system. The problem is I am not the administrator. I only need a static
> > version, I actually prefer static for my situation, but was unable to
> > successfully perform 'make'. I get a number of messages indicating
> > compiler errors. Do I need to install 'gcc' as some previous threads
> > suggested or is this necessary for a STATIC build? If I need 'gcc' can
> > anyone direct me to a resource that helps explain all of the pieces and a
> > procedure for doing this.
>What sort of compiler errors are you getting?
>Are the Sybase libraries installed properly?
> > P.S.: I have sucessfully installed Sybperl/DBI under RedHat Linux 5.0 and
> > am having wonderful success with it.
>Glad to hear that!
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