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Old 05-10-2012
How to move libraries to another server

Hi,

I have compiled FreeTDS on AIX 5.3. Its my dev environment so I have c compilers on the box so I was able to compile. From the test environment onwards I will not be able to have c compilers. I tried to move these files directly to the test environment with the same directory structure but I am getting errors like not able to load libraries etc., but those files are present over there.

Is there a way to move these files over to another server, without compiling as RPM.


Thanks,
Vijay
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Old 05-10-2012
Short answer about simple portability: No.
What does the acronym RPM in mean in this context?

AIX 5.3 has a C compiler. Are you sure that your application only relies on C and not some runtime libraries.
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Old 05-10-2012
Thanks for the reply.

I actually dont know whether it requires any other runtime libraries. When we tried to compile this it required C, Gcc libraries.

I have the source files if I make them as RPM files then i will be able to install in other environments?

Thanks,
Vijay

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