missed the updates ./configure options (cut/paste issues)
Bryan Dietz wrote on 6/1/2021 4:10 PM:
ok, I found some time to explore this.https://developer.ibm.com/technologies/systems/articles/au-aix-build-open-source-rpm-packages/
I used the below (only partially understanding) to try and have the
I got message about "could not determine ar interface"
I searched and tried and tried more, today I searched for the right term
That instructed me to use: export AR="/usr/bin/ar -X32_64"
then ./configure worked!!
Not sure the make worked:
ld: 0711-781 ERROR: TOC overflow. TOC size: 69208 Maximum size: 65536
the make error will have to wait for vacation to be over.
times captured from V7.4 small lpar
(power 9 Processor: Physical: .75 Virtual: 2 Memory(MB): 20480 )
(sorry for absence of details. jsut trying some things when I had a few
Jack Woehr via OpenSource wrote on 5/29/2021 8:49 AM:
Latest ansatz for a clamav configure invocation:
configure --prefix=/QOpenSys/pkgs --exec-prefix=/QOpenSys/pkgs
--sysconfdir=/QOpenSys/etc CFLAGS="-pthread" CPPFLAGS="-pthread"
--with-libjson=/QOpenSys/pkgs --enable-bigstack --disable-unrar
Note the addition of -bbigtoc to the linker flags and
the configure options
On Fri, May 28, 2021 at 1:47 PM John Yeung <gallium.arsenide@xxxxxxxxx>
On Fri, May 28, 2021 at 3:14 PM Jack Woehr via OpenSource
Update: IBM will probably publish the RPM on this sez Someone Who
That is what I expected.
The RFE requester did specify that they would like ClamAV support as
far back as IBM i 7.1, with a smiley suggesting they realize that part
of the request is much less likely.
As far as I know, it's *possible* to get yum working on 7.1, and thus
have a chance at getting the upcoming ClamAV RPM working. But if
you're still on 7.1, there is a good chance you don't keep up-to-date
with PTFs either, which may cause snags (as I found out at my
workplace before we finally got to 7.3).
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