Hi,

Thanks for the quick response.  Here's what I found.

Firstly, I'm on CentOS, and your package has a require of perl-ExtUtils-MakeMaker which apparently isn't easy to find, and doesn't appear to be in any of the normal repositories (inc rpmforge). I found a src rpm and built it and installed it.

Then ran cd_rpmbuilder, which created the psad rpm... so far so good......

Preparing... ########################################### [100%] 1:psad ########################################### [100%]
Can't open /etc/psad/psadwatchd.conf: No such file or directory.

Followed by.....

[r...@psad]# /etc/rc.d/init.d/psad start
Starting psad: Unix::Syslog object version 1.1 does not match bootstrap parameter 0.100 at /usr/lib64/perl5/5.8.8/x86_64-linux-thread-multi/DynaLoader.pm line 253.
Compilation failed in require at /usr/sbin/psad line 2670.
[FAILED]

Any light you can shed would be useful? I'm curious as to what happened between the older versions and this current version?? Everything used to install so smoothly I never had a single problem with psad before today?

Cheers

Tony.

On 09/09/2010 13:33, Michael Rash wrote:
On Sep 08, 2010, Unihost wrote:

  Hi All,
Hello,

Just installed 2.1.7 onto a server and have found myself in perl
dependency hell.

First I tried to start 2.1.7 and got:

Starting psad: /usr/bin/perl: symbol lookup error:
/usr/lib/psad/0/auto/Date/Calc/Calc.so: undefined symbol:
Perl_Istack_sp_ptr

OK, I figured a quick n dirty fix, I moved the offending lib out of
the way and copied one from my own perl across. Which gave rise to
this:

Starting psad: /usr/bin/perl: symbol lookup error:
/usr/lib/psad/0/auto/Unix/Syslog/Syslog.so: undefined symbol:
Perl_Istack_sp_ptr

No problem, let's try the quick n dirty again, backup the old and
copy a new one......

Now I get:

Starting psad: Unix::Syslog object version 1.1 does not match
bootstrap parameter 0.100 at
/usr/lib64/perl5/5.8.8/x86_64-linux-thread-multi/DynaLoader.pm line
253.
Compilation failed in require at /usr/sbin/psad line 2670.

If anyone can help me resolve this it'd be hugely helpful, never
experienced any dependency issues with this software before.
Are you installing psad via an RPM?  If so, then I suspect that all of the
issues relate to differences between the system I used to build the RPM's
vs. your system.  A easy solution is to build a psad RPM on your system
with the "cd_rpmbuilder" script:

http://www.cipherdyne.org/scripts/cd_rpmbuilder.tar.gz

Basically you just need to execute the following and it will take care
of the rest:

# ./cd_rpmbuilder -p psad

Here is an example of the script in action:

http://www.cipherdyne.org/blog/2006/12/automated-rpm-builder.html

Thanks,

--Mike



Cheers

T.
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