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RE: small problem building 2.2.17 with BerkeleyDB.4.2

Many thanks to all the people that responded to my query,

Now got 2.2.17 compiled and installed

--On 20 October 2004 14:51 +0800 "Tay, Gary" <Gary_Tay@platts.com> wrote:

As a less knowledgeable new learner, I have no ill intention to propagate

If I stand to be corrected by the more knowledgeable gurus, I certainly
appreciate your correction, however please do not downplay any individual
posting indiscriminately by saying that they are rubbish.

The Internet has many maillists, many individual learn the most by
"correction" to "rubbishs". I sincerely do not wish that OpenLDAP ML is
such a mailist that only accepts "100% non-rubbish".

I understand AIX and HP-UX call the "linkage loader library path"
differently, but was not aware that Linux and FreeBSD use the same
"LD_LIBRARY_PATH" name as Solaris, and incorrectly thought that this
environment variable is only "specific" to Solaris. I have been using
Linux for the past 3 years and never used FreeBSD, and I did not have any
need to set LD_LIBRARY_PATH in Linux, that was the cause of my "rubbish"


   AIX                  LIBPATH
   FreeBSD              LD_LIBRARY_PATH
   HP-UX                SHLIB_PATH
   Linux                LD_LIBRARY_PATH
   SCO OpenServer       LD_LIBRARY_PATH
   Sun Solaris          LD_LIBRARY_PATH

-----Original Message-----
From: owner-openldap-software@OpenLDAP.org
[mailto:owner-openldap-software@OpenLDAP.org] On Behalf Of Tony Earnshaw
Sent: Wednesday, October 20, 2004 1:56 AM
To: Openldap list
Subject: RE: small problem building 2.2.17 with BerkeleyDB.4.2

tir, 19.10.2004 kl. 16.52 skrev Tay, Gary:

LD_LIBRARY_PATH is specific to Solaris. "vi /etc/ld.so.conf; ldconfig"
is the RedHat equivalent."man ldconfig" for more info.

Definitely not so. Do not propagate rubbish ;)


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