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From: Nathan Pilatzke <nathan at info dot load-otea dot hrdc-drhc dot gc dot ca>
Subject: Re: just a point in the right direction
Date: Apr 16 1999 5:50PM
i followed your suggestions listed below Mr. Peppler, but my problem
arises when i go to run a sybperl script, i get the error message:
Can't locate loadable object for module Sybase::CTlib in @INC (@INC
contains: /usr/local/lib/site_perl /opt/perl5/lib/5.00502/i586-linux
/opt/perl5/lib/site_perl/5.005 .) at ./udrssearch.cgi line 6
BEGIN failed--compilation aborted at ./udrssearch.cgi line 6
does this mean that my new perl can't find the CTlib module, or that the
module is having problems finding the sybase libraries, because the
Sybperl make and make test went beautifully.
On Fri, 16 Apr 1999, Michael Peppler wrote:
> Nathan Pilatzke writes:
> > i'm trying to install a second newver version of perl to dynamically link
> > with sybperl and sybase, but am having a tough time getting the second
> > version to find the sybperl modules and getting it to find it's own
> > modules rather than looking in the usual places (/usr/lib/perl5,
> > /usr/local/lib/perl5...). can anyone point me to some documentation for
> > this? i see in the ase faq that michael says he has a test version and he
> > just changes the path information when he wants to use it, anyone know
> > exactly how he does this????
> I use
> ./Configure -ders -Dprefix=
> This places the entire perl package in /lib/perl5 and
> Remeber the -ldb and -lndbm issues if you're on linux.
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