Well. That I have tried doing by numerous methods to no avail - and
today I seem to have found the perseverance to build /usr/bin/script
off the misc-utils tree of util-linux hacking all the includes and
headers across the platforms... It even works, more or less, but it
does fail - something just isn't right there concerning the outputs.
BUT: I found ttyrec which, though, won't emerge in the prefix from the
ebuild provided, does compile (and even run and record) fine from the
vanilla source on Solaris 10 - and does therefore solve my problem,
rendering util-linux useless for the purpose I sought.
Many thanks for your advice!
On Wed, Jun 29, 2011 at 9:57 AM, Fabian Groffen <email@example.com> wrote:
> Hi Tamás,
> On 28-06-2011 20:17:40 +0200, Tamás Gérczei wrote:
>> I'm having a problem emerging sys-apps/util-linux in my prefix in a Solaris
>> 10 x86 container and I need Your help.
> I thought I fixed the latest version with upstream ... :/
>> ../../../shlibs/blkid/src/.libs/libblkid.so: undefined reference to
> This is the culprit, no such function exists on Solaris.
> util-linux isn't pretty much very non-Linux-friendly. If you're just
> interested in that one script, I'd try to focus on that one, and not to
> compile the entire suite of linux utils that you probably don't need.
> Fabian Groffen
> Gentoo on a different level