I’m currently setting up a new server to play with and apart from the usual nightmare of compiling everything and finding all their dependencies and what not, I did hit an issue which I couldn’t find a clear answer online for. I used the following to configure PHP 5.3.2:
./configure –with-apxs2=/usr/local/apache2/bin/apxs –with-gettext –with-zlib –with-jpeg-dir –with-png-dir –with-ldap –with-openssl=/usr/local/ssl –with-curl –enable-exif –enable-ftp –with-gd –with-xsl –with-libxml-dir –with-libxml-dir –with-gd –with-sybase-ct=/home/sybase/sybase64/OCS-15_0
This worked a treat, but it was when I called “make” that the following appeared.
ld: fatal: library -lcomn: not found ld: fatal: library -lct: not found ld: fatal: library -lcs: not found
The first approach I had was to edit the Makefile that configure creates to change lcomn to lsybcomn, lct to lsybct and lcs to lsybcs. You should be able to notice that within your sybase/OCS-15_0/lib folder, there are files which reflect the later name changes – libsybcomn.so .
This worked. I then was told (since it was scribbled on a piece of paper somewhere) about sybase/OCS-15_0/scripts/lnsyblibs which creates softlinks with the expected library file names. So now there are a bunch of files looking like libcomn.so -> libsybcomn.so .
Written by Milton Lai