[freetds] Thankz...but now:ld.so.1: ./....:fatal:
chaitanyap at knowsys.net
Thu Dec 2 09:40:46 EST 2004
Thankz martin and freddy77
Its working fine without the error as i had stated. I used the following
>g++ -I/export/myprog/include -o connect client.cc
/usr/local/lib/libctiwf.a -lsocket -lnsl
this created an object file connect.o, but the following was the error when
i tried to execute it as
error was :
>ld.so.1: ./connect: fatal: libstdc++.so 6:open failed: No Such file or
so can you please help with the above error.......kindly let me know if i
need to set my PATH for the same..
Thank once agian...
----- Original Message -----
From: "ZIGLIO, Frediano, VF-IT" <Frediano.Ziglio at vodafone.com>
To: "FreeTDS Development Group" <freetds at lists.ibiblio.org>
Sent: Thursday, December 02, 2004 8:00 PM
Subject: RE: [freetds] ld: fatal: Symbol referencing errors....g++ -g -L.
> "Chaitanya B" wrote:
> > i had an error as given below also when using the libctiwf.a with my
> > program...
> > bash# gcc orgclient.cc -o orgclient
> > undefined first
> > symbol in file
> > cti_open_connection(char*,Char*,int) /var/tmp//ccPELfc.o
> > cti_open_connection(int) /var/tmp//ccPELfc.o
> > _gxx_personality_v0 /var/tmp//ccPELfc.o
> There is almost no difference to the same layout on Linux. You simply
> need to link the libraries whose functions you call.
> 'gxx_perrsonality' is supposed to be implemented in the standard C++
> template lib, add '-lstdc++' for it. I don't have any idea where
> 'cti_open_connection' stems from, but I think you'll know, because you
> decided to use this function :-)
We are a bit OT here.
You MUST use g++ to link C++ programs, not gcc
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