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Borys Musielak
 
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Default Objectivity - problems with running - 07-12-2003 , 11:02 AM






I have a problem with running Objectivity/DB. The installing
proces went fine but my successes stop here
Here is what i get when i try to run lock serwer:

[root@borys bin]# ./oolockserver
../oolockserver: error while loading shared libraries: liboo.so.7: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

It cannot find some library. But I can see that I have it! It's located in where_objectivity_is/lib directory.
How do I make it access the lib?

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Borys Musielak <michuk (AT) poczta (DOT) onet.pl>




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Markus Schumann
 
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Default Re: Objectivity - problems with running - 07-15-2003 , 09:14 PM






Borys,

from the on-line documentation:

10. Advise each application developer to add installDir/arch/lib as the
first
component of the environment variable indicated below. This is necessary for
running Objectivity/DB tools built with shared libraries.
- On alphaosf1, linux86, solaris4, and solaris7, set LD_LIBRARY_PATH.
- On hprisc, set SHLIB_PATH.
- On ibmrs6000, set LIBPATH.
- On iris, set LD_LIBRARYN32_PATH.
Note: LD_LIBRARY_PATH can be set instead of LD_LIBRARYN32_PATH, but only if
LD_LIBRARYN32_PATH is not set at ll. LD_LIBRARY_PATH is ignored when
LD_LIBRARYN32_PATH is set.

Markus.


"Borys Musielak" <michuk (AT) poczta (DOT) onet.pl> wrote

Quote:
I have a problem with running Objectivity/DB. The installing
proces went fine but my successes stop here
Here is what i get when i try to run lock serwer:

[root@borys bin]# ./oolockserver
./oolockserver: error while loading shared libraries: liboo.so.7: cannot
open shared object file: No such file or directory

It cannot find some library. But I can see that I have it! It's located in
where_objectivity_is/lib directory.
How do I make it access the lib?

----
greetings,
Borys Musielak <michuk (AT) poczta (DOT) onet.pl




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