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FreeUDFLibC: undefined symbol

FreeUDFLibC: undefined symbol

FreeUDFLibC: undefined symbol

(OP)
I have 2 new installations of Interbase 6 on 2 different linux servers 1 RH (not sure of version) on a cobalt raq4 and the other on a Suse 9.2 installation.

I have basically performed the same installation procedure for both boxes and both report the following error when trying to delete records from a table.

/opt/interbase/bin/isql: symbol lookup error: /opt/interbase/UDF/FreeUDFLibC: undefined symbol: ib_util_malloc

I have scoured the web but cannont find anything that looks like my problem... Can someone please help me???

Thanks.

RE: FreeUDFLibC: undefined symbol

(OP)
Also I have installed the FreeUDFLibC library as directed and that also fails during the 'make install' procedure, although it does produce a file in the UDF directory of the interbase installation.

date_functions.o: In function `cdow_long':
date_functions.o(.text+0x2e1): undefined reference to `ib_util_malloc'


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