Multiply defined, when to write programm's on PRO*C

Multiply defined, when to write programm's on PRO*C

Post by Aleksey Baryshe » Fri, 12 Jul 1996 04:00:00

We have Oracle Server v. under SCO UNIX V5.
Programs written on PRO*C  with C-function (example ioctl())  is not
collect with paket who use Oracle library(example oratcl-2.3) . Oracle
libraries havent olc.o, ols.o,olm.o and
etc. And Oracle havent definition for tcgetattr() and tcsetattr().
Else I tryed to add C-library, but it was not happy , I suggest that many
functions across  selfsame, but its not sample to change (example olc.o on
Attantion!!!  If you had that problems then help me please.

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1. solaris,apache,mod_perl,php: Make bombs symbol `Error' is multiply defined


When trying to build apache with these modules, make bombs:

gcc  -L.  -o httpd alloc.o http_main.o http_core.o http_config.o
http_request.o http_log.o http_protocol.o rfc1413.o util.o util_script.o
modules.o buff.o md5c.o util_md5.o explain.o http_bprintf.o util_date.o
util_snprintf.o mod_mime.o mod_access.o mod_auth.o mod_negotiation.o
mod_include.o mod_dir.o mod_cgi.o mod_userdir.o mod_alias.o mod_env.o
mod_log_config.o mod_asis.o mod_imap.o mod_actions.o mod_browser.o
apapi-zmod.o mod_php.o modules/perl/libmodperl.a regex/libregex.a `perl
-lphp -lsocket -lnsl
ld: fatal: symbol `Error' is multiply defined:
type=OBJT; file ./libphp.a(error.o) type=FUNC);
ld: fatal: File processing errors.  No output written to httpd

Any ideas ?

                           Tschoee Andreas

PS: solaris-2.5.1,apache-1.2b8,php-2.0b10,mod_perl-0.96
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