,----[ Albert Chu <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> ] | Are you running autogen.sh on the IBM? With some other projects, I a | recall Suse problems with autoconf/automake. I fixed the problem by | running ./autogen.sh on a Redhat/Fedora/Debian system. `---- Al, I think you are right. This is caused because of not-running-autogen.sh. When I run the binary's in place from the source tree (they are actually libtool scripts) they work OK. Only on install they screw up. This must be caused because of configure script produced from a different platform.
Rene, Can you please install libtool, autoconf and automake on your system, So that I can run autogen.sh? -- Anand Babu GPG Key ID: 0x62E15A31 Blog [http://ab.freeshell.org] The GNU Operating System [http://www.gnu.org] ----- Original Message ----- From: Anand Babu <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> Date: Friday, March 24, 2006 7:34 am Subject: symbols missing problem > Strange, Compiling freeipmi from CVS on the IBM's system is giving run > time errors like > > athena:~/freeipmi/freeipmi-0.2.1/libfreeipmi/src # ipmipower > ipmipower: symbol lookup error: ipmipower: undefined symbol: > tmpl_cmd_get_channel_authentication_capabilities_v20_rs > athena:~/freeipmi/freeipmi-0.2.1/libfreeipmi/src # > > How ever, I used "make dist" tar ball of CVS. Looking into this error > -- > Anand Babu > GPG Key ID: 0x62E15A31 > Blog [http://ab.freeshell.org] > The GNU Operating System [http://www.gnu.org] > > _______________________________________________ Freeipmi-devel mailing list Freeipmiemail@example.com http://lists.gnu.org/mailman/listinfo/freeipmi-devel