[sane-devel] Compiling sane-backends on FC8 64bit
chris at cenolan.com
Wed Jan 16 10:41:49 UTC 2008
Mattias Ellert wrote:
> ons 2008-01-16 klockan 09:22 +0000 skrev Chris:
>> Thank you Mattias - we're getting somewhere now. Still got problems
>> I installed libieee1284-devel x86_64 and then noticed that config.log
>> was showing it couldn't find "libusb.so" so I have symlinked
>> /usr/lib64/libusb.so -> /usr/lib64/libusb-0.1.so.4.4.4 and that error
>> is now gone. I trust this was the correct thing to do?
> That link should be there if you have libusb-devel x86_64 installed. It
> is normally not a good idea to add symlinks by hand in the system
> directories - installing the right RPM is a better idea.
You are quite right, that link should be there. I didn't have
libusb-devel x86_64 installed, and trying to install it causes a
conflict with the installed libusb-devel i386. This conflict is only
resolved by "yum remove libusb-devel" and then "yum install
libusb-devel". (For information, the same thing happens when trying to
install libieee1284-devel x86_64 when libieee1284-devel i386 is already
installed, and the solution is the same: remove then reinstall.)
>> It now fails later on:
>> /usr/lib/libieee1284.so: could not read symbols: File in wrong format
>> collect2: ld returned 1 exit status
>> make: *** [libsane-hp3900.la] Error 1
>> make: Leaving directory
>> make: *** [all-recursive] Error 1
>> I've seen an error like this before, and I am *guessing* that it is
>> now looking in /usr/lib/ when it should be using files from
>> /usr/lib64/ - does this sound correct?
> Please include the full command that failed and not only the error
> message. If there is a -L/usr/lib somewhere, then it shouldn't be there.
> What is your LD_LIBRARY_PATH?
Sorry, the full command was as follows:
gcc -shared .libs/hp3900.o .libs/hp3900-s.o .libs/sane_strstatus.o
../sanei/.libs/sanei_usb.o -lpthread -lm -ljpeg -ltiff
/usr/lib/libieee1284.so -ldl -Wl,-soname -Wl,libsane.so.1 -o
As you can see, it is picking up /usr/lib/libieee1284.so instead of
echo $LD_LIBRARY_PATH returns blank (?)
I am going to retry the compile process now that I have the correct
libusb-devel installed and see how we go.
(Mattias, my apologies for the resend, my original reply should have
gone to the list and not just you)
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