[ic] perl and ubuntu 8.04 AMD64
mike at perusion.com
Fri May 9 17:18:39 UTC 2008
Quoting Rick Bragg (lists at gmnet.net):
> On Fri, 2008-05-09 at 08:55 -0600, Jon Jensen wrote:
> > On Fri, 9 May 2008, Marco Mescoli wrote:
> > >>> Now ? Interchange 5.5.2 on threaded system perl 5.8.8 maybe most
> > >>> reliable solution ?
> > >>
> > >> Bet you have SELINUX running.
> > >
> > > Mumble mumble ... ennglish lunguage is very very so hardest for me, do
> > > you remember "apex" ? (-:
> > > What is SELINUX ? Is it the worse distribution ?
> > SELinux isn't commonly used on Ubuntu. Marco, look in / and if you don't
> > have an selinux directory, I don't think you could be running it.
> > Ubuntu may have AppArmor, but I haven't had trouble with that because I
> > think it's more selectively applied.
> > Also, yesterday I said to Rick:
> > > ./Configure -des -Dlibpth="/usr/local/lib64 /lib64 /usr/lib64"
> > That is actually for RHEL/CentOS/Fedora, which use multilib to allow both
> > 64- and 32-bit libraries without a chroot. On Ubuntu, which is based on
> > Debian, they only use a single lib/ directory, so you should be able to do
> > simply:
> > ./Configure -des
> > As on a 32-bit system.
> > Jon
> Thanks this is REALLY helpful!
> Also, I need to compile and copy over all new vlink binaries...
> Does anybody know a shell command I can use to copy over the data in all
> my current .gdbm files to their respective .txt files in one shot?
No shell command that I know of, but you can just do:
[seti foo][export [loop-code]][/seti]
[if scratch foo]OK[/if]<br>
in an Interchange page. Bear in mind, that will export *every* table,
and if you have large files you may instead want to do:
[loop list="access locale mv_metadata survey variable"]
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