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rpm5 compilation on rhel6.

From: Maruthi Devulapalli <Maruthi.Devulapalli@axa-tech.com>
Date: Wed 15 Feb 2012 - 21:59:19 CET
Message-ID: <9471741EEE480542B7E0EE0400DD7A280198CF00B0@PATIN06EX01>
Hi All,

Need your help with this,

make[3]: Entering directory xmlFreeParserCtxt'
/tmp/rpm/rpm-5.3.5/misc/.libs/librpmmisc.so: undefined reference to xmlCreatePushParserCtxt'
/tmp/rpm/rpm-5.3.5/misc/.libs/librpmmisc.so: undefined reference to /tmp/rpm/rpm-5.3.5/rpmconstant'
make[2]: *** [all] Error 2
make[2]: Leaving directory /tmp/rpm/rpm-5.3.5'
make: *** [all] Error 2

configured with  ./configure --with-openssl=/usr/local/ssl/ --with-db=/usr/include/db51

Best Regards
Maruthi Devulapalli
NASD - Unix

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