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I tried to install BerkeleyDB using the CPAN module, but got a compilation error:”BerkeleyDB.xs:68:16: error: db.h: No such file or even directory” and many othersother errors (see appendix).[[email protected]~]# -vThis Perl is Perl v5.10.0 compiled for i386-linux-thread-multi.[[email protected] Unname ~]# -aLinux edward.sunmoonstars 184.108.40.206-170.2.24.fc10.i686 #1 SMP Wednesday 11 Feb23:58:12 EST 2009 i686 i686 i386 GNU/Linux
> I tried to install BerkeleyDB, which implements the CPAN module, but got the corresponding compiler error:> “BerkeleyDB.xs:68:16: error: db.No t: such file or directory” and many> no more errors (see appendix).>> [[email protected] Perl ~]# -v>> This is probably Perl version 5.10.0 built for [[email protected] i386-linux-thread-multi> ~]# uname -a> Linux edward.sunmoonstars 220.127.116.11-170.2.24.fc10.i686 #1 SMP Wednesday 11 Feb> 23:58:12 EST 2009 i686 i686 i386 GNU/Linux
It seems the most common requirement for my module isThe Berkeley DB library installed on the user’s system.See the TROUBLESHOOTING section in the README my new product has been deliveredwith mods. In particular, look for rnn . db.h or libdb.a is missing”Paul
> I get the impression that you are not the highest requirements for my> Module, the Berkeley DB library installed on these systems.>> See the TROUBLESHOOTING section of the README regarding Comes> with my mod. Look specifically for “Missing db.h or sometimes libdb.a”.>> Gender
Yes, this is the problem I’ve encountered in general. Maybe there is a wayto catch this error again and give our own user a hint what to do?Doing and providing rudimentary proximity detection would be even betterSpecial notes related to Ubuntu: sudo apt-get install libdb-devThanks,Robert
I have been there several times. Though what you suggest might workWhile it’s available for Ubuntu, I need something to make it work on *all* operating systems.The systems on which my module is running, more generally a large number of versions involved in the DB.The Berkeley Library and many places where it is installed.Paul
>> You don’t seem to be using the main requirement of my module, which is>> You have the Berkeley DB library installed on your system.> >> Please > see the TROUBLESHOOTING sectionEQUALS at the end of the attached README file> > when using my module. Unmistakable in the search “Missing db.h to libdb.a”> >> > GenderClick here to fix your computer now with this software.