On Tuesday, July 13, 1999 6:57 AM, Tom Lane [SMTP:tgl(at)sss(dot)pgh(dot)pa(dot)us]
> Daren Sefcik <daren(at)partnersdata(dot)com> writes:
> > I know there must be somebody out there who can help me this,I need
> > with getting psqlodbc working on Solaris 2.6..when I try to run the
> > file I get the following error:
> > /opt/ISLIodbc/2.11/bin/qetestlib: fatal: relocation error: file
> > /usr/local/pgsql/lib/libpsqlodbc.so: symbol shutdown: referenced
> > not found
> This looks like libpsqlodbc.so hasn't been linked to libc.so properly.
> Unfortunately, every flavor of Unix seems to have different ideas
> how shared libs should be built :-(, and I have no idea what the magic
> incantation may be on Solaris. A lot of Unixes require "-lc" to be
> mentioned when linking a shlib that makes use of libc. You might
> check whether that's happening when libpsqlodbc is built.
How would I go about this..??
I am basically just untarring the archive, doing a configure --with-odbc
and then make, make install.
I do not get any fatal errors, everything completes and installs fine
and postgresql works fine as well.
Should I be doing it different???
I get the feeling I need to add a switch to a makefile or edit my
environment path or something but am
not sure what.
> Which version of Postgres are you using, anyway, and which port
> (solaris_i386 or solaris_sparc)?
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