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Re: compile issue and the -lz flag
This is how I got it to work and there maybe an issue here:
using the BUILD/compile-pentium64-max, changed the changed the
extra_configs="$pentium_configs $max_configs $static_link" to
extra_configs="$pentium_configs $max_configs" (notice the static_link is
removed). It is trying to link with --all-static (thus it needs zlib.a
libssl.a .....), which is a pain in the ars, I'm wondering if this is an
issue for the build team. I believe this is the only *max that has the
static_link. libtool ... uses --all-static which leads to the gcc -static
....-lz -lpthread, anything on the commandline after the -static MUST be
statically linked thus is not found in my case. Have confirmed this on two
different fedora core 10 - 64-bit systems.
Anyways thanks all for the input. I finally have a build - on to the
On Tue, May 5, 2009 at 1:14 PM, Don Kehn <dekehn@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Got the ncurses development libs loaded - intersting if I do a 32-bit
> version all works as it should, but when I do a ./BUILDcompile-pentium64-max
> I start seeing the -lz error. I feel like this is a library malfunction.
> On Tue, May 5, 2009 at 7:41 AM, Kristian Nielsen <knielsen@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> > wrote:
>> Don Kehn <dekehn@xxxxxxxxx> writes:
>> > display.c:(.text+0x282): undefined reference to `tputs'
>> This sounds like you are missing curses development libraries.
>> On my machine (Ubuntu Hardy), I think they are in the package
>> Hopefully this will get you one step further.
>> (Btw, on Ubuntu/Debian, a quick shortcut to get all required dependencies
>> installed is the following:
>> sudo apt-get build-dep mysql-server
>> Maybe your system has something similar).
>> - Kristian.