In the last episode (Aug 19), Casey Allen Shobe said:
> Dan Nelson said:
> > ^^^ Note the -static flag here
> > But you don't have a static libz (libz.a). You've only got a dynamic
> > one. Redhat usually puts the static libraries in a separate "-dev"
> > rpm.
> Aha, yes. This is a custom-built linux installation where I have built
> zlib dynamically-only, intentionally. How can I make MySQL build against
> the dynamic library instead of the static?
Take -static out of the link line, of course :) That's not the default
for a mysql source build, so you must have a LDFLAGS=-static env
variable or --with-mysqld-ldflags=-all-static configure flag somewhere.