I found what could be the problem. Apparently, I have to link any SQL
programs against a library in /usr/local/lib64 instead of /usr/lib64.
I tried using the --with-mysql-lib=/usr/local/lib64/mysql
--with-mysql-include=/usr/local/include, but this still does not help, and
when running the executable I still get the error about /usr/lib64. Any
ideas how can I make mysql++ compile with the libraries in /usr/local/lib64?
On 9/24/07, Warren Young <mysqlpp@stripped> wrote:
> Jerry Ro wrote:
> > mysqlclient14-4.1.14-4.2
> > mysqlclient10-devel-3.23.58-9.2
> > mysqlclient14-devel-4.1.14-4.2
> > mysqlclient10-3.23.58-9.2
> > This means that for some reason, I have two development packages for
> > installed.
> Not good. Uninstall _both_ of them, then reinstall the one you need.
> But also...
> > ./main.o: /usr/lib64/mysql/libmysqlclient.so.15: no version information
> ...this says you have at least two problems, not one. Somehow you have
> an ABI version 15 MySQL library on the system, too. I think if you say:
> $ rpm -qa |grep -i mysql
> you will find that there are more than just two copies of MySQL on the
> In short, you have a mess.
> Maybe you've been in the habit of passing the --force or --nodeps flags
> to rpm? If so, stoppit. :)
> You can have as many MySQL client libraries on your system as you want
> (for compatibility), but you should have only one set of development
> files, and one server version. And if you don't need the broader binary
> compatibility, I'd keep it to just one client library version, too.
> The whole 32 vs. 64 bit thing probably isn't helping, either, but since
> I've not yet had a reason to move to 64 bits, I cannot advise further.
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