[Haskell-cafe] finally going on Solaris
maeder at tzi.de
Thu Sep 29 06:14:50 EDT 2005
Brian McQueen wrote:
> I've finally got a working ghc on Solaris. Its 6.4.1. I couldn't get
> the earlier, pre 6.4 versions going due to problems with my gcc. It
Indeed, I cannot reliable use our ghc-6.2.x solaris installation any
more after gcc-2.95.3 has been uninstalled.
> seemed to be expecting a gcc shared library that my system didn't
> have, nor did any other gcc that I was able to compile. After loading
> a few prerequisites, and then reloading them with --enable-shared, its
> now going.
Which gcc version are you using? I use gcc-3.4.4. Do you mean you had to
install the dynamic libraries libreadline.so.5, libncurses.so.5, and
(That was clearly stated on the distribution page:
If you had to install something else, please tell us what it was.
> I found a problem with a header file in the solaris distribution too -
> it expects stdint.h, which doesn't seem to be a part of Solaris
> anymore. I undef'd the HAVE_STDINT_H lines, and its working well now.
/usr/include/stdint.h is part of our solaris (2.8 and 2.10)
installations (and therefore HAVE_STDINT_H was defined). I don't know
where HAVE_STDINT_H matters.
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