On Wed, 15 May 2002, Sergey Sobolev wrote:
But… There is some troubles -
first - libtool, that exist on 6.2 (since 6.2 work much more
better than 6.1) does not support shared libraries anyway
(or I’m do something terribly wrong: “libtoolize -f;
aclocal [optional]” ).
that’s chris’ fault. I bet you installed the libtool from his
he has the latest version of libtool in there, but none of the
software that I’ve ported support this latest version.
Your best bet is to uninstall it, and then install the libtool
from the 6.1 (CD or qnx WWW repostority). “libtoolize -f” should
cdm, looks like your libtool is too new and kinda useless at
this point. I would suggest downgrade it. we can go back to
the newer version once most software out there starts to use it.
second - when I try to build shared libraries, I get SIGSEGV
failure (for example libpng),
see thread on
there is a -fPIC issue
I don’t have time to look into it, but last time I built libpng shared,
I didn’t see any problem.
cdm recently built libpng (found in his repository). he has all the
patched sources available, so maybe you can get a copy from him, to
save your hassles.
Questions to Frank:
How I must install mozilla to get it working (cd /; tar xzf
It say that I haven’t rights when I start it (root) -
and than - memory fault.
I bet you are running a different mozilla. what does “which mozilla”
says? if it isn’t /opt/X11R6/bin/mozilla, you know what to do
How did you get rpath working? (-Wl,-rpath,dir - doesn’t work
what you mean by “doesn’t work”? this option can be used at the
gcc -o myexec test1.o test2.o -Wl,-rpath,dir
and “dir” will then be embedded into your “myexec”.
objdump -x myexec | grep RPATH
should show that.
Thanks a lot.
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