[Opendnssec-user] Error when running make - Solved
Conor.Daly at iedr.ie
Fri Feb 5 17:03:53 UTC 2010
Just to update on this. Were running RHEL5, 2.6.18-128.7.1.el5. I had
a later version of sqlite3 (version 3.6.22) alongside the RedHat version
and was getting this same error [RedHat package manager complains about
dependencies if you try to remove sqlite3]. Removing the RedHat sqlite3
libraries (e.g. sqlite3-devel) and using --with-sqlite3 to point to the
solved the problem.
Sven-Åke Svensson wrote:
> You were right. There was dual versions of sqlite3 installed. After
> fixing that I could build and install.
> So the next step is to get it up running but that's another story.
> Thank you for your help
> sion at nominet.org.uk skrev:
>>> I am trying to build opendnssec but I get an error when I rum "make". I
>>> run on a Cent OS Linux 2.6.18-164.el5.
>>> I have installed dependencies by following the instructions on this
>>> Configuring using "./configure" runs without error but make stops with
>>> the follpwing lines:
>>> ../ksm/libksm.a(database_access_lite.o): In function
>>> undefined reference to `sqlite3_prepare_v2'
>>> I tried to find something at Google but no luck.
>> We run on centos here; there is an issue with the version of sqlite3
>> ships with centos in that it is too old and doesn't provide the
>> sqlite3_prepare_v2 call.
>> I thought that this was picked up during configuration, so is it
>> that you have more than one version of sqlite3 installed?
>> If you look at the output from configure (run it just in the enforcer
>> directory) there should be some hints as to where it is looking.
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