[htdig] Different compile problem (os_alloc.o, et al)


Scott I. Remick (scott@computeralt.com)
Thu, 13 May 1999 10:14:58 -0400


I just got on this list (having just got ht://dig) and I read through that
recent compile thread. Mine appears different, so here we go:

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c++ -c -DDEFAULT_CONFIG_FILE=\"/usr/local/www/htdig/conf/htdig.conf\"
-I../htlib -I../htcommon -I../db/dist -I../include -g -O2 Prefix.cc
c++ -o htfuzzy -L../htlib -L../htcommon -L../db/dist -L/usr/lib Endings.o
EndingsDB.o Exact.o Fuzzy.o Metaphone.o Soundex.o SuffixEntry.o Synonym.o
htfuzzy.o Substring.o Prefix.o
./htcommon/libcommon.a ../htlib/libht.a ../db/dist/libdb.a -lz
os_alloc.o: Undefined symbol `___error' referenced from text segment
os_alloc.o: Undefined symbol `___error' referenced from text segment
os_alloc.o: Undefined symbol `___error' referenced from text segment
os_alloc.o: Undefined symbol `___error' referenced from text segment
os_alloc.o: Undefined symbol `___error' referenced from text segment
os_alloc.o: Undefined symbol `___error' referenced from text segment
os_alloc.o: Undefined symbol `___error' referenced from text segment
os_alloc.o: Undefined symbol `___error' referenced from text segment
os_dir.o: Undefined symbol `___error' referenced from text segment
os_fid.o: More undefined symbol ___error refs follow
*** Error code 1

Stop.
*** Error code 1

Stop.
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I initially had libc_r issues when trying to compile ht://dig, traced it
down to libc_r not being automatically present in the version of FreeBSD I
use (2.2.2). So I fetched the sources for libc and libc_r, built and
installed both, and was able to get much further in the compile of ht://dig
than before. This is the newest problem, probably unrelated, but wanted to
give you some recent history just in case.

Thanks!
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