It would also be helpful to know what your LD_LIBRARY_PATH looks like
and if you can do a 'find / -name libpq.so -print' to see where all the
copies of this library may reside.
On Thu, 2009-09-17 at 12:16 -0600, Scott Marlowe wrote:
> On Thu, Sep 17, 2009 at 12:06 PM, u235sentinel <u235sentinel(at)gmail(dot)com> wrote:
> > Not sure if this is the right list but here goes.
> > I have gnu gcc and make on a Solaris 10 AMD64 system and having a bit of a
> > problem compling postgres 8.3.7 with openssl. I've even tried with a newly
> > compiled version of openssl. Verison 98 h-k.
> > I did read the solaris faq and it hasn't helped. I"m curious if I"m missing
> > a bit of instruction somewhere in the docs that will tip me off on how to
> > build postgres.
> > I've been able to build it just fine btw without openssl. But when I tie
> > ssl in it seems to compile but running pg_ctl gives me a relocate error on
> > libpq.so.
> I remember this coming up a few months back and it had something to do
> with there being > 1 version fo openssl installed and the compiler
> wasn't seeing the right one.
> > I'll copy / paste the error if I'm in the right place :-)
> Yeap, it's a fine place for it.
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