On Tue, Aug 01, 2000 at 10:54:50AM -0700, Stephen Nosal wrote:
> Folks -
> I could use a hand here - I'm trying to compile the PoPy module for python so I can 
>use the ZPoPyDA to connect to my PostgreSQL database.
> I keep getting the same compile error -
> gcc - shared PoPymodule.o -lpq -o PoPymodule.so
> /usr/i486-suse-linux/bin/ld: cannot find -lpq

-Find libpq.so on your machine.
-Edit the last? (going from memory) line of Makefile, adding
 (just the directory, not the filename) right before -lpq

There is certainly a more elegant way to do the same, but it worked for

> I have compiled other binaries on this machine, including Zope 2.2. Python runs 
>fine, I just don't know enough about ld to understand the error. (I get the same 
>error trying to compile ZPyGreSQLDA.
> Any pointers would be greatly appreciated.
> - Steve

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