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From: Emmanuel Cerisier <ecerisier at nexgenfs dot com>
Subject: Re: Need your help with installation of Sybperl 2.18 on Linux
Date: Oct 10 2006 4:32PM
Replying to an old thread, but I'm in quite the same situation:
I'm running a 32bit ASE 12.5.3 distribution on a x86_64 arch, and wanted
to get sybperl installed locally.
I understand that I do need to compile perl in 32bits for it to link
correctly sybperl with my 32bits Openclient.
I thought I did just that, i.e.: use64bitall and use64bitint are
'undef' in my config.sh
But it doesn't work and I'm getting the same ld error messages during
/ skipping incompatible /opt/sybase-12.5/OCS/lib/libct.so when searching
Sorry if it's a bit offtopic, being more perl-related, but have any of
you guys achieved that ?
Thx in advance,
Michael Peppler wrote:
> email@example.com wrote:
>> I've been going at this for several days now and thought it was time to
>> send a note out to you.
>> Trying to install Sybperl 2.18 on Linux using perl, v5.8.3 built for
>> x86_64-linux-thread-multi and have Open Client 15 for linux installed.
>> "Sybase CTISQL Utility/15.0/P/DRV.15.0.0/Linux Intel/Linux
>> i686/BUILD1500-050/OPT/Mon Jul 11 20:13:48 2005"
> This is your problem - you are trying to build a 64bit version of
> sybperl (because perl is built in 64bit mode), but you have the 32bit
> version of the OpenClient libraries.
> You either need to get the 64bit Sybase SDK, or rebuild perl in 32bit