Dne 10.06.14 16:30, Bob Friesenhahn napsal(a):
On Mon, 9 Jun 2014, Petr Sumbera wrote:
I'm often getting following error:
/usr/apr/1.5/build/sparcv9/libtool --silent --mode=link cc -o
-rpath /usr/apache2/2.2/libexec/sparcv9 -module -avoid-version
ld: fatal: file .libs/mod_dtrace.o: wrong ELF class: ELFCLASS64
apxs:Error: Command failed with rc=131072
Attached patch fixes the issue.
Normally such options should already be included in CFLAGS (or sometimes
works better in CC). All of the software needs to be compiled with the
same -m64 option.
In my case it's included during compilation but not included during
linking. When ld is used instead of cc everything works.
Also using all CFLAGS during linking seemed to me inappropriate since
most of them wouldn't be relevant for linking.
And finally I was uncertain with "CC=cc -m64". It appeared to me as
something what can cause some troubles and should be rather avoided.
When compiling using the Sun compiler and targeting 64-bits, I configure
using something like
./configure 'CC=/opt/SUNWspro/bin/cc -m64' ...
Libtool is not multilib capable under Solaris. That is, it does not
automatically install a library into an architecture-specific
subdirectory or search there either. You might notice that the system
does support different directories (e.g. '/lib/32', '/lib/64',
'/lib/amd64') and GCC is multilib capable, putting its own 64-bit
libraries in an architecture-specific subdirectory.
Yes. We do following:
The second part of the patch is to workaround the linking problem I'm
trying to find right solution.