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RE: [Partysip-dev] [Q] Registered Users?

From: Walter Schober
Subject: RE: [Partysip-dev] [Q] Registered Users?
Date: Thu, 7 Aug 2003 23:22:06 +0200

OK. Need DBM support. Tried that for hours now. Having Redhat 7.0. New
binutil (for building new gdbm-1.8.3).
So. Installed gdbm. But - ha - even gdbm package itself cannot resolv
dbm_open in it's own 'make progs'. Well - searched mailing lists, read
FAQs, read READMEs, INSTALLs, nop. No chance to get either gdbm do it's
make progs, or partysip to do a successfull ./configure --with-db=gdbm
(or dbm, ndbm, ...).

x:~/tmp/partysip-2.0.1>./configure --with-db=gdbm | grep dbm
/root/tmp/partysip-2.0.1/scripts/missing: Unknown `--run' option
Try `/root/tmp/partysip-2.0.1/scripts/missing --help' for more
configure: WARNING: `missing' script is too old or missing
checking gdbm-ndbm.h usability... no
checking gdbm-ndbm.h presence... no
checking for gdbm-ndbm.h... no
checking for dbm_open in -lgdbm... no

Thousend questions in newsgroups about that linker error. Not one usable
answer? So anyone of you guys an idea? Does it simply not work?

You don't know the linker error yet? This is it:
-DCONFIG_DIR=\"/usr/local/etc/partysip\" -pthread -g -O2 -o
.libs/partysip main.o p
sp_config.o psp_utils.o psp_module.o psp_plugin.o osip_msg.o psp_req.o
psp_osip.o tlp.o tlp_plugin.o imp.o imp_plugin.o uap
.o uap_plugin.o sfp.o sfp_plugin.o sfp_branch.o psp_core.o psp_core2.o
psp_core3.o psp_core4.o psp_core5.o psp_resolv.o psp
_nat.o ntservice.o nt_svc.o -Wl,--export-dynamic  -L/usr/local/lib
../ppl/unix/.libs/ /usr/local/lib/ /
usr/local/lib/ -lnsl -ldl -lresolv -Wl,--rpath
../ppl/unix/.libs/ undefined reference to `dbm_firstkey'
../ppl/unix/.libs/ undefined reference to `dbm_fetch'
../ppl/unix/.libs/ undefined reference to `dbm_store'
../ppl/unix/.libs/ undefined reference to `dbm_nextkey'
../ppl/unix/.libs/ undefined reference to `dbm_open'
../ppl/unix/.libs/ undefined reference to `dbm_close'
../ppl/unix/.libs/ undefined reference to `dbm_delete'


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Sent: Thursday, August 07, 2003 7:21 PM
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Subject: [Partysip-dev] [Q] Registered Users?

How to get the currently registered users out of partysip? Can I query
that somehow?


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