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That aside, it looks like it might be a compiler mismatch problem. Earlier in your make output, it mentions:

Your perl and your seem to have different ideas about the architecture they are running on. Perl thinks: PerlGcc Config says: sun4-solaris-64int This may or may not cause problems. Please check your installation of +perl if you have problems building this extension.

Then, later, when trying to run, you get "fatal relocation errors". I'm guessing that the API differences in the two different compilers may be giving you your problems.


When your only tool is a hammer, all problems look like your thumb.

In reply to Re: "referenced symbol not found" testing DBD::ODBC against unixODBC by roboticus
in thread "referenced symbol not found" testing DBD::ODBC against unixODBC by arielCo

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