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> Whoever has had problems, here's a general advice:
> Make sure the dir containing Sun's c compiler and linker precedes any
> other dir containing any other c compiler (such as gcc) in your PATH
> environment variable.
> Otherwise you're doomed to fail even if you use the solaris_sparc_cc
> template. It's NOT a guarantee that configure really picks Sun's cc and
> If you pick the right compiler, but the wrong linker it won't compile.
> In my case it stopped building libpq.
> If you pick the wrong compiler (gcc) and the right linker it will
> compile, but i experienced problems with tcp/ip connections (setsockopt
> errno=22) afterwards.
> 3 2
> (Humboldt University Berlin, Germany)->->(University of Maryland, USA)
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