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From: Michael Peppler <mpeppler at peppler dot org>
Subject: Re: Installation Problems
Date: Dec 16 1999 4:55PM
Joe Follansbee writes:
> I'm a new subscriber to this list, so forgive me if the question's been
> asked a billion times. I'm trying to install sybperl on my linux box and
> can't get make to work. Each time I run it, I get a series of errors
> similar to
> /usr/sybase/lib/libintl.a(intiocs.o)(.test+0x32b): undefine reference to
> with the final lines
> make: *** [.././blib/arch/auto/Sybase/CTlib/CTlib.so] Error 1
> make: Leaving directory '/home/follansb/perl/sybase/sybperl-2.07/CTlib'
> make: *** [subdirs] Error 2
> I've checked the FAQ and searched this lists archives to no avail. I'm
> running RedHat 5.1 and perl 5.004_04. I'm not sure of the version of sybase
> client libraries, etc installed on my machine; the Sybase guru here did
> that for me. Here's the sybperl config file:
OK - I think you have have several problems.
First you are using very outdated Sybase libs, and they probably are
the root cause for your troubles.
Go to http://linux.sybase.com and download either the 11.9.2 / 11.1.1
libraries, or the 188.8.131.52 release (the latter is free!)
Install it, and you should be doing a lot better.
Then, I suggest getting sybperl 2.11, and reading the various FAQs off
of my web page.
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