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What is your dependency output with chatr and ldd:

$ ldd /home/mozilla/DBD-Oracle-1.50/blib/arch/auto/DBD/Oracle/Oracle.sl

Then look at the access rights on each of the depending libraries and check if your $SHLIB_PATH and $LD_LIBRARY_PATH

$ ldd PA-RISC2.0-LP64/auto/DBD/Oracle/ Oracle.sl libclntsh.sl.9.0 => /pro/oracle/v920/lib/libclntsh.sl.9.0 libm.2 => /lib/pa20_64/libm.2 libqsmashr.sl => /pro/oracle/v920/lib/libqsmashr.sl libwtc9.sl => /pro/oracle/v920/lib/libwtc9.sl librt.2 => /lib/pa20_64/librt.2 libpthread.1 => /lib/pa20_64/libpthread.1 libnss_dns.1 => /lib/pa20_64/libnss_dns.1 libdl.1 => /lib/pa20_64/libdl.1 libm.2 => /lib/pa20_64/libm.2 libc.2 => /lib/pa20_64/libc.2 libcl.2 => /lib/pa20_64/libcl.2 libwtc9.sl => /pro/oracle/v920/lib/libwtc9.sl libcl.2 => /lib/pa20_64/libcl.2 librt.2 => /lib/pa20_64/librt.2 libpthread.1 => /lib/pa20_64/libpthread.1 libnss_dns.1 => /lib/pa20_64/libnss_dns.1 libdl.1 => /lib/pa20_64/libdl.1 libm.2 => /lib/pa20_64/libm.2 libc.2 => /lib/pa20_64/libc.2 libdl.1 => /usr/lib/pa20_64/libdl.1 $ chatr PA-RISC2.0-LP64/auto/DBD/Oracle/Oracle.sl PA-RISC2.0-LP64/auto/DBD/Oracle/Oracle.sl: 64-bit ELF shared library shared library dynamic path search: LD_LIBRARY_PATH enabled first SHLIB_PATH enabled second embedded path enabled third /pro/local/lib:/lib/pa +20_64:/pro/oracle/v920/rdbms/lib/:/pro/oracle/v920/lib/ shared library list: libclntsh.sl.9.0 libm.2 libqsmashr.sl shared library mapped private disabled shared vtable support disabled explicit unloading enabled linkage table protection disabled segments: index type address flags size 5 text 4000000000000000 z---c- D (default) 6 data 8000000100000000 ---m-- D (default) static branch prediction disabled kernel assisted branch prediction enabled lazy swap allocation for dynamic segments disabled nulptr dereferences trap disabled $ echo $LD_LIBRARY_PATH /usr/local/ssl/lib:/pro/asql/o82C/bin:/pro/asql/o82C/lib:/usr/lib:/pro +/po/bev/lib:/pro/oracle/v920/lib $ echo $SHLIB_PATH /pro/oracle/v920/lib:/pro/asql/o82C/lib/perl/5.14.2/PA-RISC2.0-LP64/au +to/DBD/Oracle:/usr/local/ssl/lib:/pro/asql/o82C/bin:/pro/asql/o82C/li +b:/usr/lib:/etc/opt/resmon/lib:/opt/gnome/lib:/pro/local/lib:/usr/loc +al/lib:/wrk/pa20_64-3.4.6/lib

Enjoy, Have FUN! H.Merijn

In reply to Re: DBD Installation Error by Tux
in thread DBD Installation Error by kprasanna_79

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