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Problem Compiling a Perl Module

Problem Compiling a Perl Module

Problem Compiling a Perl Module

I am currently attempting to install a series of Perl modules which are nessecary for running the mon Services
  Monitoring Deamon onto a Sparc Ultra 5 running Solaris 8. During compilation (running make) I am getting the following

  cc: unrecognized option `-KPIC'
  cc: language depend not recognized
  cc: HiRes.c: linker imput file unused since linking not done
  Running Mkbootstrap for Time::HiRes ()
  chmod 644 HiRes.bs
  LD_RUN_PATH="" cc -o blib/arch/auto/Time/HiRes/HiRes.so -G HiRes.o
  cc: HiRes.o: No Such File or directory
  cc: No input files
  *** Error code 1
  make: Fatal Error: Command failed for target `blib/arch/auto/Time/HiRes/HiRes.so

  everything appears normal until that point. I am using gcc version 2.95.2 (cc is a link pointing to gcc).
  I'm running Perl verion 5.005_03

  This happens when i run make on the Time:HiRes module and a similar error occurs while I run make for the
  Authen::PAM module (however the later is not nessecary for my purposes).

RE: Problem Compiling a Perl Module

I can't help with this - if no-one here knows how to help, you might try asking the same question on the comp.lang.perl.misc mailing list.


Hardy Merrill
Mission Critical Linux, Inc.

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