libtool: link: only absolute run-paths are allowed
warlord at MIT.EDU
Wed Feb 26 12:41:44 CST 2003
"Gansser, Martin" <MGansser at rand.de> writes:
> > What fails, "gmake" or "gmake install"? Based on your errors, I would
> > say "gmake install" is failing....
> No, gmake fails.
> > > > p-utils.a
> > /opt/mgansser/GNU/gnucash-1.8.1/src/engine/.libs/libgncmod-eng
> > ine.a /opt/mgansser/GNU/gnuc
> > It has "libgncmod-engine.a", whereas it should have
> > "libgncmod-engine.sl".
> yes, because libgncmod-engine.sl isn't available or wasn't build
Basically, Gnucash 1.8 _requires_ shared library objects. So, this is
certainly a major part of the problem. You'll need to figure out
_why_ the shared library wasn't built.
> If I configure with the option --disable-shared --disable-static
> then gnucash compiles and installs fine, but fails at startup
> ERROR: In procedure dynamic-link:
> ERROR: file: "libgw-gnc", message: "file not found"
This is completely normal. Gnucash-1.8 cannot be compiled statically.
If you --disable-shared then it is 100% guaranteed to fail. The real
question is why it's not building proper shared libraries. I suspect
it could be a libtool problem, or it could be a configure problem. I
don't know which offhand.
However, you will have to solve that problem. Until you solve that
problem, all other issues are irrelevant. Once you figure out _why_
it's not building shared libraries, then we can move on to actually
fixing the code.
> sorry Iam not subscribed at the moment to the list.
No worries. We can keep you in the CC. Just be sure to CC the list
on your replies.
> thanks Martin
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