Yup, I was able to verify that rebuilding the rpm under Suse fixed the
problem. I'm not really sure what the problem was with the old Redhat
RPMS. Just did the typical:
> rpmbuild --rebuild freeipmi-0.2.0-1.src.rpm
If you have a number of architectures of Suse, it'd be great if you
could rebuild the rpms and we could stick em all on the website.
High Performance Systems Division
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
----- Original Message -----
From: Rene Salmon <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Date: Friday, March 24, 2006 3:05 pm
Subject: Re: symbols missing problem
> Just finished installing libtool, autoconf, and automake.
> So I take it I would have been better off installing from source
> that using the RPMs. I take it they are RedHat based and since I
> running SuSE it didn't quite work :-)
> thanks again
> Anand Babu wrote:
> > ,----[ 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?
> Rene Salmon
> Tulane University
> Center for Computational Science
> Richardson Building 310
> New Orleans, LA 70118
> Tel 504-862-8393
> Fax 504-862-8392
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