Re: [htdig] environment problems


Subject: Re: [htdig] environment problems
From: Carlos Ramirez (cramirez@gte.net)
Date: Wed Jan 17 2001 - 22:51:57 PST


If you successfully built in on your production machine and if it's the same OS
as your test machine. Try copying the missing library files from your prodcution
machine to your test machine. Either copy them to /usr/lib (the standard lib
directory on Solaris). Or you can copy it to another directory and set your
LD_LIBRARY_PATH to that directory. (like Geoff states)

This usually works for me.

Good luck.

-Carlos

Ronald Edward Petty wrote:

> oh... they are on the server.. my test machine is all messes up. I
> compiled it just fine on the server. But moved it back to my test machine
> to see if i could just learn how to use it. In other words i wanna see
> how many files are made , used etc, where....etc before i use it on our
> main servers. But my test machine wont run htdig or anything because it
> cant find um ld.o.1 or whatever it is(im home now i forgot the lib it was
> looking for)... maybe i can use this as an excuse to get a new machine :)
> Ron
>
> On Wed, 17 Jan 2001, Geoff Hutchison wrote:
>
> > At 5:51 PM -0500 1/17/01, Ronald Edward Petty wrote:
> > >This machine is not the one that it was compiled on, so that could be part
> > >of it.
> >
> > Solaris has some somewhat strange ways of loading shared libraries
> > and you're seeing the error messages from this. If you don't have
> > libstdc++ (and any other libraries you linked in), you'll need to
> > install them on this server too. You'll also probably need to set the
> > environment variable LD_LIBRARY_PATH to include these libraries if
> > they're in different locations than on the compiling machine.
> >
> > --
> > -Geoff Hutchison
> > Williams Students Online
> > http://wso.williams.edu/
> >
>
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