Fintan Ryan - Sun Ireland - Computer Systems - CQA Software Engineer's [Fintan.Ryan at ireland.sun.com] 70 lines of dribble included:
:>So its a problem with ld, but what is it? I've gone as far as trying to do
:>each step by hand, and it won't work. I've removed things such as Oracle
:>support as well, checked the LIBS flags, CFLAGS etc, and I'm stumped.
:>:>Sytem is an E220, dual processor, 2 gigs ram running Solaris 8 with the
:>recommended patch sets. All the standard gnu tools are installed. MySQL was
:>installed from source and is working fine. MySQL configure had
:>--prefix=/usr/local. There is a reason for using the old versions of both php
Looks like you aren't using gcc with the -lmysql flag.
Try compiling without MySQL support and see does it succeed, if so
you can be 99% sure you need to stick in -lmysql into the compiler flags.
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