[freetds] MSSQL on AIX 5.1

brian at bruns.com brian at bruns.com
Wed Jun 30 15:24:22 EDT 2004


Freddy,

ldd is not an AIX thing.  Although there's a freeware package out on
Bull's site with it.  Anyway, I am able to reproduce this on my 5.1
box, so I'll have a detailed look in the morning and try to resolve
it.  Right now it is time to go home. However, a quick look gives:

ls ../tds/.libs/libtds*
../tds/.libs/libtds.a           ../tds/.libs/libtds.so.3
../tds/.libs/libtds.exp         ../tds/.libs/libtds_objects.a
../tds/.libs/libtds.la          ../tds/.libs/libtds_objects.la
../tds/.libs/libtds.lai

Brian

On Wed, 30 Jun 2004 20:56:52 +0200, Frediano Ziglio wrote:

> 
> Il mer, 2004-06-30 alle 20:12, Rafi Sheikh ha scritto:
> > (Sorry, I thought my unix admin did that, no soup for him)
> > 
> > This is what he said after I sent your earlier email to him again:
> > "...
> > none of these files exist on draco:
> > ld.so.conf
> > ldconfig
> > libtds.so
> > libc.so.6
> > ..."
> > 
> > Now what you think?
> > 
> 
> Ok. ld.so.conf, ldconfig are just configuration and a program to
manage
> shared objects (dynamic libraries) under Linux. libtds.so (or .sl or
> .dylib or whatever AIX support) is not in the system cause it's a
> FreeTDS library, it should be in src/tds/.libs (try to do an ls in
this
> directory). libc.so.6 it's Linux libc. Every unix has it's libc. Try
to
> issue a "ldd `which find`" should tell you where libc is located
> 
> On my machine
> 
> $ ldd `which find`
>         libc.so.6 => /lib/tls/libc.so.6 (0x00499000)
>         /lib/ld-linux.so.2 => /lib/ld-linux.so.2 (0x00c7b000)
> 
> freddy77
> 
> 
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