Getting Symbol resolution failed for ../../../lib/libc.a Error
I have compiled a binary on AIX 188.8.131.52
but when i run i get following error
Could not load program ACE_wrappers/bin/gperf:
Symbol resolution failed for ../../../lib/libc.a(posix_aio.o) because:
Symbol _posix_kaio_rdwr (number 2) is not exported from dependent
Symbol _posix_listio (number 3) is not exported from dependent
Symbol _posix_acancel (number 4) is not exported from dependent
Symbol _posix_iosuspend (number 5) is not exported from dependent
Symbol _posix_aio_nwait (number 6) is not exported from dependent
Symbol _posix_aio_nwait64 (number 7) is not exported from dependent
Symbol _posix_aio_nwait_timeout (number 8) is not exported from dependen
Symbol _posix_aio_nwait_timeout64 (number 9) is not exported from depend
Symbol _posix_iofsync (number 10) is not exported from dependent
System error: Error 0
Examine .loader section symbols with the 'dump -Tv' command.
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$ uname -a
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$ cat /etc/redhat-release
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I am installing bison-2.4.3 on AIX.
I am facing the below error.
Could not load program gawk:
Symbol resolution failed for gawk because:
Symbol __pthread (number 159) is not exported from dependent module /usr/lib/libpthreads.a(shr_xpg5.o).
Symbol libintl_bindtextdomain (number... (5 Replies)
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I have created a soft link to... (1 Reply)
Hi! I'm very new to unix, so please keep that in mind with the level of language used if you choose to help :D Thanks!
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"HP-UX B.11.23 U ia64".
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USELIB(2) Linux Programmer's Manual USELIB(2)NAME
uselib - load shared library
int uselib(const char *library);
The system call uselib() serves to load a shared library to be used by the calling process. It is given a pathname. The address where to
load is found in the library itself. The library can have any recognized binary format.
On success, zero is returned. On error, -1 is returned, and errno is set appropriately.
In addition to all of the error codes returned by open(2) and mmap(2), the following may also be returned:
EACCES The library specified by library does not have read or execute permission, or the caller does not have search permission for one of
the directories in the path prefix. (See also path_resolution(7).)
ENFILE The system limit on the total number of open files has been reached.
The file specified by library is not an executable of known type, e.g., does not have the correct magic numbers.
uselib() is Linux-specific, and should not be used in programs intended to be portable.
uselib() was used by early libc startup code to load the shared libraries with names found in an array of names in the binary.
Since libc 4.3.2, startup code tries to prefix these names with "/usr/lib", "/lib" and "" before giving up. In libc 4.3.4 and later these
names are looked for in the directories found in LD_LIBRARY_PATH, and if not found there, prefixes "/usr/lib", "/lib" and "/" are tried.
From libc 4.4.4 on only the library "/lib/ld.so" is loaded, so that this dynamic library can load the remaining libraries needed (again
using this call). This is also the state of affairs in libc5.
glibc2 does not use this call.
SEE ALSO ar(1), gcc(1), ld(1), ldd(1), mmap(2), open(2), dlopen(3), capabilities(7), ld.so(8)COLOPHON
This page is part of release 3.53 of the Linux man-pages project. A description of the project, and information about reporting bugs, can
be found at http://www.kernel.org/doc/man-pages/.
Linux 2005-01-09 USELIB(2)