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can't resolve symbol

From: John W. Eaton
Subject: can't resolve symbol
Date: Wed, 31 Mar 1999 13:51:42 -0600 (CST)

On 31-Mar-1999, Roberto Felix-Cardenas <address@hidden> wrote:

| ok guys, after i convinced myself i need help. I NEED HELP!
| I compiled octave for Linux 2.0.36 for i686. it seems to be 
| compiled good. except for the last message:
| /home/unsupported/source/octave/octave-2.0.13/doc/liboctave/liboc
| tave.texi:101: Menu reference to nonexistent node `Matrix and 
| Vector @var{Operations}'.
| makeinfo: Removing output file 
| `/tmp_mnt/home/unsupported/linux/octave-2.0.13/doc/liboctave/libo
|' due to errors; use --force to preserve.
| make[3]: [] Error 2 (ignored)

This is unimportant for running Octave, since it is just a problem
with creating the file.

| anf after that, the installation seems to work well.
| but when trying to compile the from ../example and run 
| it i get this:
| Octave, version 2.0.13 (i686-pc-linux-gnulibc1).
| Copyright (C) 1996, 1997, 1998 John W. Eaton.
| This is free software with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY.
| For details, type `warranty'.
| octave:1> hello ("easy as", 1, 2, 3)
| warning: time stamp for 
| `/tmp_mnt/home/unsupported/linux/octave-2.0.13/examples/hello.oct
| ' is in the future
| octave: can't resolve symbol 'stream__19octave_pager_stream'

What arguments did you use when you ran configure?  Probably you want
to use

  ./configure --enable-shared --enable-dl

You may also need to add -rdynamic to the arguments used to link
Octave.  For compilers that understand -rdyanmic, the next version of
Octave will use that option automatically.


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