Compilation of kdelibs2 fails on NetBSD-1.5.1-Sparc......

Compilation of kdelibs2 fails on NetBSD-1.5.1-Sparc......

Post by ulri » Thu, 02 Aug 2001 19:47:12



Using pkgsrc to install kde2 (meta package)on NetBSD-1.5.1-sparc fails
due to compilation error when trying to make kdelibs2:

Shared object "libltdl.so.3" not found

libtool are installed.

Anyone ?
/u

(binary packs are not yet availible) - actually all I need is kdebase2
and kdelibs2...

 
 
 

Compilation of kdelibs2 fails on NetBSD-1.5.1-Sparc......

Post by ulRi » Fri, 03 Aug 2001 07:06:12



Quote:>Using pkgsrc to install kde2 (meta package)on NetBSD-1.5.1-sparc fails
>due to compilation error when trying to make kdelibs2:

never mind...
I fixed it.
In
/usr/pkgsrc/x11/kdelibs2/work/kdelibs-2.1/arts/mcopidl/mcopidl
you have to add the path to libltdl (/usr/pkg/lib) to LD_LIBRARY_PATH
other wise make will break trying to make flow....

/u

 
 
 

Compilation of kdelibs2 fails on NetBSD-1.5.1-Sparc......

Post by ulRi » Fri, 03 Aug 2001 06:39:16



Quote:>Using pkgsrc to install kde2 (meta package)on NetBSD-1.5.1-sparc fails
>due to compilation error when trying to make kdelibs2:

never mind...
I fixed it.
In
/usr/pkgsrc/x11/kdelibs2/work/kdelibs-2.1/arts/mcopidl/mcopidl
you have to add the path to libltdl (/usr/pkg/lib) to LD_LIBRARY_PATH
other wise make will break trying to make flow....

/u

 
 
 

Compilation of kdelibs2 fails on NetBSD-1.5.1-Sparc......

Post by Ingolf Steinbac » Fri, 03 Aug 2001 18:10:54


Hi Ulrik.


> never mind...
> I fixed it.
> In
> /usr/pkgsrc/x11/kdelibs2/work/kdelibs-2.1/arts/mcopidl/mcopidl
> you have to add the path to libltdl (/usr/pkg/lib) to LD_LIBRARY_PATH
> other wise make will break trying to make flow....

I'm not sure if setting LD_LIBRARY_PATH is The Right Thing
in this case. Normally, your libtool should handle this.
If it doesn't, please make sure you write a PR so that
the package can be fixed.

Regards
    Ingolf
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Compilation of kdelibs2 fails on NetBSD-1.5.1-Sparc......

Post by ulRi » Sun, 05 Aug 2001 08:03:12


On Thu, 02 Aug 2001 11:10:54 +0200, Ingolf Steinbach


>I'm not sure if setting LD_LIBRARY_PATH is The Right Thing
>in this case. Normally, your libtool should handle this.

>Regards
>    Ingolf

I suppose it isn't The Right Thing to do....
but For Once(tm) it Works(tm).
/u
 
 
 

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Hello,

last weekend I bit the bullet and moved the last disk to my new file server.

The server is a Sparc-10/41 with 96 MB RAM, two FSBE/S, one bwtwo, and one
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The disk is an IBM DNES-318350N which has worked flawlessly for about two
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I have changed some cables and the terminator, and since newfs succeeds,
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Has anybody out there seen something like this? If so, is there a fix or
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Otherwise I'd have the choice of
a) moving that file system back to the OpenBSD box
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b) try to set up a concatenated fs of 2 x 9 GB
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        Volker

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