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RE: ./configure error
I note (for a second time?) that reported mismatch is between
an old header and new library, suggesting that the problem is
with the header path not the library path. I would guess
that if folks actually looked closer at their environments,
they would find CPPFLAGS not set, but appropriate flags
(or other system configuration bits) set in order to
find the new library.
At 08:03 AM 9/3/2004, Chapman, Kyle wrote:
>not to push the issue or start a bigger argument, but theres nothing
>wrong with configuring your system's search path to include the location
>of libraries that your apps need... dont rely on the app to always know
>how to find the libs.
>if setting LD_LIBRARY_PATH works, thats great. if you want to set your
>default search path to include your required lib paths, thats great too.
>[mailto:owner-openldap-software@OpenLDAP.org]On Behalf Of RW
>Sent: Friday, September 03, 2004 5:51 AM
>Subject: Re: ./configure error
>I can confirm this. I've included the BDB lib path in the
>LD_LIBRARY_PATH and then configure works fine.
>This wasn't needed until 2.2.13 (2.2.14 not tested).
>Armbrust, Daniel C. wrote:
>> Then what changed in 2.2.15 that makes it not build on my machine -
>> without setting the LD_LIBRARY_PATH, while 2.2.14 (and all other older
>> versions) build fine without me setting this variable?
>> And for yet others - it doesn't work when you set all of these
>> (No one answered him, by the way)
>> *From:* Chapman, Kyle [mailto:Kyle_Chapman@G1.com]
>> *Sent:* Thursday, September 02, 2004 2:32 PM
>> *To:* Armbrust, Daniel C.; openldap-software@OpenLDAP.org
>> *Subject:* RE: ./configure error
>> this isnt openldap being broken...
>> use either -R <path/to/Berkeley> , -rpath <path/to/Berkeley>, crle,
>> ld.conf, ldconfig, etc... depending on youre os. -L on aix is
>> sufficient to add the path specified to the exe/lib being built.
>> these will tell ld where to look for libs at run time....
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