libs under solaris

libs under solaris

Post by Filip Ruszkowsk » Sun, 12 Nov 2000 04:00:00

Hi All!

I have trouble compiling a program (nportredird) under solaris 7. After some
dinking in vi, adding #includes, changing #defines, replacing inet_aton()'s
with inet_addr()'s etc., I faced a problem can't solve - it concerns the
libs. In the last part of make - linking - I get this:
 Linking object files...

gcc   obj/accesslist.o obj/configfile.o obj/configlexutil.o
obj/configparse.o obj/dnscache.o obj/firingsquad.o obj/list.o obj/main.o
obj/misc.o obj/net.o obj/nportredird.o obj/redirection.o obj/session.o
obj/utils.o obj/version.o obj/ -o
../bin/nportredird -lpthread -lnsl -lsocket
Undefined                       first referenced
 symbol                             in file
lexer_initialize                    obj/configfile.o
lexer_begin_file                    obj/configfile.o
yylex                               obj/
lexer_setup                         obj/configfile.o
parser_error                        obj/
yyerror                             obj/
ld: fatal: Symbol referencing errors. No output written to
make[1]: *** [nportredird] Error 1
make[1]: Leaving directory `/usr/home/filip/nportredird-0.5/src'
make: *** [all] Error 2

So I'm missing another '-l????' ?
I looked, and searched, I was strings-ing and grep-ing, but I didn't find
anything. The program compiles fine on Linux. What library do I need for
this to compile???



libs under solaris

Post by hume.spamfil.. » Sun, 12 Nov 2000 04:00:00

> Undefined                       first referenced
>  symbol                             in file
> lexer_begin_file                    obj/configfile.o
> yylex                               obj/

You need -ll and -ly

Brandon Hume    - hume -> BOFH.Halifax.NS.Ca, http://WWW.BOFH.Halifax.NS.Ca/
                       -> Solaris Snob and general NOCMonkey


1. Build shared lib on Solaris with exsiting static libs

I'm using CC on Solaris to build a shared lib (lib*.so).
I know I need to use -G when I link obj files to produce
a shared lib. To ld with obj files with -G, obj files need
to be compiled with the -pic option. But I also need to
link with third-party static libs ( *.a files). Will this cause
link to fail if third-party obj files are compiled without the
-pic option. If yes, how do I get around this? Or is their
another way to build a shared lib without the -G option?

You help will be highly appreicated.

Thanks in advance.
Jun Wu

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