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I'm trying to install libiconv to AIX 7.1 from an rpm off of the perzl site. The rpm appears to install but I get this error message.
add shr4.o shared members from /usr/lib/libiconv.a to /opt/freeware/lib/libiconv.a
add shr.o shared members from /usr/lib/libiconv.a to ... (5 Replies)
Discussion started by: kneemoe
I am new to this forum and I would like to ask for advice about low level POSIX programming.
I have to implement a POSIX compliant C shared library.
A file will have some variables and the shared library will have some functions which need those variables.
There is one special... (5 Replies)
Discussion started by: iamjag
I'm writing a program which uses curl to be run on Linux PCs which will be used by a number of different users. I cannot make the users all install curl on their individual machines, so I have tried to link curl in statically, rather than using libcurl.so. I downloaded the source and created a... (8 Replies)
Discussion started by: BrandonShw
if I could compile the same source file as shared/static/dynamic what are the advantages/ disadv of each.
PS:by dynamic i am asking about usage of "dlopen". How is it particularly diff from shared libs (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: dragonpoint
I am having a devil of a time with a very simple make file. The program needs two shared and one static library. If I link the shared libraries only like below the mysql test app works
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Discussion started by: jadsys
I have some static library(libxxx.a libyyy.a).
And I want to generate my library(libzzz.a), libzzz.a will use libxxx.a and libyyy.a
I wan't my application only use libzzz.a, (means libzzz.a had include libxxx.a, libyyy.a), how can I do that? Thank you.
I have zzz.c.
I do ... (4 Replies)
Discussion started by: freemagic
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I have a library that it only offers Makefile for building static library. It built libxxx.a file. How do I in any way build a shared library? (either changin the Makefile or direct script or command to build shared library)
Thanks. (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: cpthk
I am writing a shared library in Linux (but compatible with other UNIXes) and I want to allow multiple instances to share a piece of memory -- 1 byte is enough. What's the "best" way to do this? I want to optimize for speed and portability.
Obviously, I'll have to worry about mutual exclusion. (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: otheus
9. UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users
can someone explain whether my understanding is correct
lets suppose we have a program that uses library x.
if x is static then the code of x will be part of our program, so if we're going to have 5 executables of our program, then each executable will have x as part of it.
Also, x does not... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: JamesByars
I need to create a shared library to access an in memory DB. The DB is not huge, but big enough to make it cumbersome to carry around in every single process using the shared library. Luckily, it is pretty static information, so I don't need to worry much about synchronizing the data between... (12 Replies)
Discussion started by: DreamWarrior