Unable to open sqlite3 files with 2.3.13 on Fedora 13.
rrankin1424-gnucash at yahoo.com
Mon Jun 7 16:21:27 EDT 2010
On Monday 7 June 2010, Geert Janssens wrote:
> On Monday 7 June 2010, Geert Janssens wrote:
> > On Monday 7 June 2010, Rick Rankin wrote:
> > > ./configure --prefix=/tools/local --enable-dbi
> > > --with-dbi-dbd-dir=/usr/lib64/dbd
> > >
> Thinking more of this, you probably don't need to add the --with-dbi-dbd-dir
> option for configure anymore. I presume you are using this because previously
> GnuCash would default to /usr/lib/dbd even on 64-bit architectures. As of
> 2.3.13, GnuCash leaves it up to dbi to specify the default dbd directory,
> which should be properly set to /usr/lib64/dbd on 64-bit.
> So the easiest workaround is simply to build without --with-dbi-dbd-dir.
Yes, that's exactly why I had specified the --with-dbi-dbd-dir option. I'll
rebuild later this evening without it and verify that it works as expected.
Thanks for the help,
> > > If I attempt to use the File
> > > --> Open dialog with 2.3.13, the only format the appears in the "Data
> > > Format:" selection list is "file". With 2.3.12, I see both "file" and
> > > "postgres" as options.
> > >
> > > Has something in the build process changed to enable sqlite/postgres?
> > Thank you for reporting this. As Phill already replied, there is a change
> > with respect to where dbi drivers are searched for when the
> > --with-dbi-dbd-dir configure option is omitted.
> > It turns out the changes required for this contain a bug. I have just fixed
> > it in r19234.
> > You can work around this bug by fixing your
> > /tools/local/etc/gnucash/environment file after you have run make install.
> > The last line in that file defines GNC_DBD_DIR. Remove the double quotes
> > around the definition. That should fix it.
> > > I was also having some issues with 2.3.12 on 32-bit Fedora-13. I was
> > > unable to open an sqlite3 file from an NFS share. IIRC, I got the same
> > > "Can't parse" message I quoted above. When I copied the file to the local
> > > hard drive, though, I could open the file and see all my transactions,
> > > but all the transaction amounts were zero.
> > What path do you use to access the file on nfs share ?
> > Regarding the zero amounts, do you get the same errors in
> > /tmp/gnucash.trace as bug
> > https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=611936 ?
> > > I was getting ready to report those
> > > errors to this list when I saw that 2.3.13 had been released. I thought
> > > I'd try 2.3.13 before reporting anything against 2.3.12. Unfortunately,
> > > I'm not able to get sqlite3 to work at all in either 32-bit or 64-bit
> > > Fedora-13. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
> > Geert
> > > Thanks,
> > >
> > > --Rick
> > >
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