can't resolve symbol

can't resolve symbol

Post by chri » Wed, 06 Jan 1999 04:00:00



OK I went through the nightmare of finding qt and stdc++ libraries all
over hell, and now, startkde returns this (about 70 times). I'm guessing
i have a version conflict between libraries; I'm using redhat 5.0
(kernel 2.0.32). Can anyone suggest an easy way to rectify this? (I'm so
close to never having to boot into windows again that I can taste it.
sorry if I sound desperate)
thanks.
chris
 
 
 

can't resolve symbol

Post by Espen San » Wed, 06 Jan 1999 04:00:00



> OK I went through the nightmare of finding qt and stdc++ libraries all
> over hell, and now, startkde returns this (about 70 times). I'm guessing
> i have a version conflict between libraries; I'm using redhat 5.0
> (kernel 2.0.32). Can anyone suggest an easy way to rectify this? (I'm so
> close to never having to boot into windows again that I can taste it.
> sorry if I sound desperate)
> thanks.
> chris

Okay, what qt libraries do you use? Have you bulid the libraries
yourself or do you use precompiled binaries. Then what kde-libraries
or packages do you use? If you use precompiled, it is vital that they
macth with the rest of the system and the qt-libs. Most or all
packages tell what environment they were build on, and you must make
sure your environment match with this one).

btw, if you tell what symbols that don't match (you don't have to
list them all), it it can be quite easy to tell what library is wrong.  

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can't resolve symbol

Post by chri » Thu, 07 Jan 1999 04:00:00


Quote:> qt: v. 2.8, kde: latest stable, linux: 2.0.32. All the "can't resolve"
> files are "__ti...etc". The last in the list of more than 100 is "can't
> resolve symbol '__ti7QObject'"

thanks.
chris
 
 
 

1. can't resolve symbol '_h_errno'

I recently upgraded my kernel to 2.0.0, as well as teh assorted packages
required to get it to run. (gcc2.7.2, libc-5.2.18, binutils-2.6.0.14,
ld.so-1.7.14, sysvinit-2.62, util-linux-2.5)

I also upgraded sendmail to 8.7.5.

After the upgrade, whenever I sent mail I got the error message
 can't resolve symbol '_h_errno'

Oddly, I didn't have the problem if I sent mail as root.

"No problem," I said. "I'll just use my old binary." Which I did.

Then I decided that I needed a mail reader. So I downloaded the source
for slrn and slang, compiled everything, and ran it.

Once again I was faced with the message:
 can't resolve symbol '_h_errno'

Oddly, the program runs if I'm root or use sudo.

gdb reports the following:
Starting program: /usr/src/slrn/src/objs/./slrn
/usr/src/slrn/src/objs/./slrn: can't resolve symbol '_h_errno'

Program received signal SIGSEGV, Segmentation fault.
0x400025c0 in Blank_Hash ()
(gdb) where
#0  0x400025c0 in Blank_Hash ()
#1  0x400058a4 in Blank_Hash ()
#2  0x40003afc in Blank_Hash ()
#3  0x400019cf in Blank_Hash ()
#4  0x1 in ?? ()

Any ideas?

Later,
-B

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