[links-list] Re: elinks-0.4pre19 link error (Was: [ANNOUNCE] elinks-0.4pre19)
pasky at ucw.cz
Sat Nov 30 09:16:46 PST 2002
Dear diary, on Sat, Nov 30, 2002 at 05:21:53PM CET, I got a letter,
where Josef 'Jupp' Schugt <jupp at gmx.de> told me, that...
> ./configure && make
> results in link-time errors:
> util/libutil.a(encoding.o): In function `gzip_open':
> /home/jupp/IN/elinks-0.4pre19/src/util/encoding.c:94: undefined reference to `gzdopen'
> util/libutil.a(encoding.o): In function `gzip_read':
> /home/jupp/IN/elinks-0.4pre19/src/util/encoding.c:103: undefined reference to `gzread'
> util/libutil.a(encoding.o): In function `gzip_close':
> /home/jupp/IN/elinks-0.4pre19/src/util/encoding.c:109: undefined reference to `gzclose'
> Manually adding '-lz' to 'LIBS' doesn't change that, I have to use
> '--without-zlib' (Linux 2.0.30 - yes, really ;-)
Hmm.. that's strange. Could you please tell me your zlib version and look into
/usr/include/zlib.h if you have these functions there? And nm output of
/lib/libz.so and.. :)
Petr "Pasky" Baudis
> I don't know why people still want ACL's. There were noises about them for
> samba, but I'v enot heard anything since. Are vendors using this?
Because People Are Stupid(tm). Because it's cheaper to put "ACL support: yes"
in the feature list under "Security" than to make sure than userland can cope
with anything more complex than "Me Og. Og see directory. Directory Og's.
Nobody change it". C.f. snake oil, P.T.Barnum and esp. LSM users
-- Al Viro
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