Was this an issue b/c you did a "make install" and had both 32 & 64 libs
installed on the test machine?  B/c this shouldn't be the case if only
the x86_64 rpms were installed.  The rpms should not have any lib64
issues, I just double checked on my machine.

Al

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----- Original Message -----
From: Anand Babu <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Date: Saturday, March 25, 2006 9:15 am
Subject: Re: symbols missing problem

> ,----[ Albert Chu <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> ]
> | Hey Rene,
> | 
> | 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.
> `----
> Finally Anand Avati found the issue. He pointed out that old version
> of libfreeipmi installed under /usr/lib and 64-bit freeipmi tools
> were looking under /usr/lib64. Uninstalling all freeipmi RPMs and
> freshly configuring with libdir option solves the problem.
> 
> Example:
> # ./configure  --prefix=/usr --libdir=/usr/lib64
> 
> Rene, can you please retain remote access during this weekend, I will
> try to add support for memory mapped IO too. 
> 
> Till then Albert suggested you can configure IPMI using the vendor
> supplied tool and use GNU FreeIPMI from a remote system. Most of the
> GNU FreeIPMI (0.2.0) tools will work remotely too.
> 
> -- 
> Anand Babu 
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