thanks for the hint - the make test was of course failing completely -
more googling made it clear that I was not finding some libs during
I tried several methods including placing the
–libs=-L/usr/local/mysql/lib switch on the perl Makefile.PL - but
even this had no effect.
Eventually I foud a reference which is a little cheesy - but did the trick :
Quoted here : “That did it. Just did “cp /usr/local/mysql/lib/*
/usr/lib/” and it worked
fine after that.”
I did the same , then re-ran my make and my make test - and all was
well! Just got my database initialized! I hope this helps others
with this problem - though I am certain my mysql installation should
have been otherwise and this is why i ran into trouble in the first
thanks again for putting me on track!
SeanOn 12/7/05, Ruslan Zakirov firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
Try to reinstall DBD::mysql module and be sure to run test phase of this module.
On 12/8/05, TeleMole email@example.com wrote:
I have scoured a little for this and found no answers as yet,
I am doing an installation of RT and have passed my 'make testdeps’
with flying colours, but when I run my ‘make initialize-database’ I
get the following error:
/usr/local/bin/perl: relocation error:
undefined symbol: mysql_init
make: *** [initialize-database] Error 127
I am using RHEL3 and mysql and as you can see perl 5.8.7
can anyone shed some light - I am at an impass until I can solve this one…
cheers, and thanks in advance.
Best regards, Ruslan.