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Oracle Gateway for Sybase install error

Oracle Gateway for Sybase install error

?? have successfully installed Oracle 9.0.1.0.0 (64bit) on HP-UX 11.00 (64bit).
I have attempted to install the Gateway ( 8.1.6) for Sybase that comes bundled with Oracle 9.0.1.0.0 into a different $ORACLE_HOME and the install fails with
/usr/ccs/bin/ld: Can't find library: "navhoa"

I have attached the tail of the make.log.
Any comments suggestions welcome

Thanks
Steve

3 REPLIES
T G Manikandan
Honored Contributor

Re: Oracle Gateway for Sybase install error

Just check whether you have that file in your ORACLE_HOME/tg4sybs/lib folder.
If the file is not available
check whether the install CD has the file.copy that to the ORACLE_HOME/tg4sysb/lib directory and re-make.


Thanks
Revert
T G Manikandan
Honored Contributor

Re: Oracle Gateway for Sybase install error

What is the SHLIB_PATH variable in your machine.
Make sure that these libraries are added to the path of SHLIB_PATH directory.
ALso make sure that all the OS patches are installed.
as per the installation guide.


Thanks

Re: Oracle Gateway for Sybase install error

TG,

Thanks for the response

The library "navhoa" does not exist anywhere on my host machine ( neither do the rest of the library files given in the error statement e.g. navshr, nvbase )
The CD has been copied to disk for me under /ora_cds
./app ./cd1 ./cd2 ./cd3 ./oraInventory ./product
a regular "find . -name navhoa" reveals no file, but how can I be sure this library is not hiding in some kind of package under /ora_cds which is extracted by runInstaller

Thanks
Steve