[OpenIndiana-discuss] Compiling Mosh for OI 151
sriram at belenix.org
Tue May 1 09:24:10 UTC 2012
You'll also need to get protocol-buffers to work.
On Tue, May 1, 2012 at 2:50 PM, Bryan N Iotti
<ironsides.medvet at gmail.com> wrote:
> Also, you might want to use the version of GCC that you find on SFE.
> The OI one in /usr/bin/gcc is version 3.4.3, while the one in SFE is 4.6.2.
> I have had better luck compiling with the latter as opposed to the former.
> When you have multiple compilers installed, you can set the one you want to
> use for the project by providing the CC flag to the configure script or as
> an environment variable:
> ./configure CC="/usr/gcc/4.6/bin/gcc" will set you up to use the SFE version
> of gcc
> Otherwise, go to the Oracle website and download the Solaris Studio compiler
> tarfile. It works well, but some software won't compile cleanly on it since
> the source code uses "gcc-isms". When it works it's a painless process.
> Also, the license states that it can be used for free for both personal and
> commercial uses. It also ships with its own IDE, a version of NetBeans.
> ./configure CC="/opt/solarisstudio12.3/bin/cc" will set you up with the
> Oracle compiler.
> Again, I hope this helps.
> On 05/ 1/12 01:24 AM, James C. McPherson wrote:
>> On 1/05/12 09:08 AM, Robbie Crash wrote:
>>> Honestly, I think including this, I'm still on single digits with what
>>> had to compile from source, and definitely the only thing that I've ever
>>> had to figure out, so you not being a professional is still leaps and
>>> bounds ahead of me.
>>> I'm using gcc installed via "pkg install gcc", which I assume means I'm
>>> getting it from OI.
>>> I set the two variables as you recommended, with my paths, (export
>>> kgconfig/" and export
>>> LD_LIBRARY_PATH="/usr/lib/:/usr/lib/:/usr/lib/amd64/") and still receive
>>> the same error.
>> ... more below
>>>>> No package 'ncurses' found
>>>>> I have no idea what TINFO is, but from googling around, I find it has
>>>>> something to do with ncurses as an independent provider for something
>>>>> terribly helpful, I know). I know ncurses is installed and that other
>>>>> programs that are dependent on it work, and there are libs in
>>>>> and /usr/gnu/lib/amd64.
>>>>> But setting either doesn't fix anything. However, this is the first
>>>>> I've run into issues with a configure script not working, so this is
>>>>> probably me not actually doing things properly. Specifying my libdir to
>>>>> either /usr/gnu/lib or /usr/gnu/lib/amd64 doesn't help either.
>>>>> Does anyone have any ideas for where to go from here?
>> You need to verify that the ncurses package is correctly installed,
>> and then when running mosh's configure script, ensure that you have
>> /usr/gnu/lib (assuming that's where your ncurses libs are) in your
>> CFLAGS/CXXFLAGS via something like this:
>> CFLAGS="-L/usr/gnu/lib" CXXFLAGS="-L/usr/gnu/lib" ; export CFLAGS CXXFLAGS
>> It's preferable to get gcc to use an rpath rather than forcing
>> LD_LIBRARY_PATH to include /usr/gnu/lib, but if that's what it
>> takes, that's what it takes.
>> James C. McPherson
>> Solaris kernel software engineer, system admin and troubleshooter
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