I've been successful in installing resin-pro- and 21 on
Solaris 10. The server in which I installed resin is a Sun Fire T1000.
By default
resin configure script will generate the Make file for 64 bit
compilation. If you want
to compile it as 32 bit, then you should specify the configure option

If you are getting "wrong ELF class" error, then add the path to your
correct library version path to LDFLAGS. For example, in my server there
are both
32bit and 64 bit version of same libraries. So if I want to compile resin to
generate 32bit binaries, then I have to add the path to 32 bit libraries

I couldn't successfully set up  Resin 3.1 with openssl support. With out
openssl support it is working.


Thomas Moorer wrote:
> Hi,
> Has anyone been able to configure,make install pro versions > 3.0.19
> on Solaris 10? I have tried .20, .21, the current snap and 3.1 snap
> and all of them give me flaky configure or make errors (well that's
> real specific isn't it?). I am getting JNI errors, due to illegal
> flags being passed in the configure scrip and some ssl errors too
> (from memory something like wrong ELF library). I apologize for being
> vague, but I don't have access to the error messages right now and I
> just wanted to send a message to the list mainly to see if anyone
> else has experienced the problem and hopefully knows of a solution.
> BTW, when the resin folks to QA testing what are the target platforms
>  you test on (Linux versions, Solaris versions, Windows version)?
> Just curious if you are doing install testing on Solaris 10 without
> errors.
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> www.sleepycatsolutions.com ~ 
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