[BioC] Problem loading RdbiPgSQL
Thomas.Adams at noaa.gov
Fri May 4 23:31:14 CEST 2007
Following your suggestion, I get:
from a Linux prompt:
libc.so.6 => /lib/tls/libc.so.6 (0x00329000)
libc.so.6 => /lib/tls/libc.so.6 (0x0022d000)
I'm guessing the "libc.so.6 =>…" line differences is suspicious…
As far as trying installing via biocLite? I'm avoiding this route for
the following reason: The system I am using, where R is installed and
where I need it to work along with our PostgreSQL database, is in an
isolated network without, direct access to the internet. So, the install
process would be more complicated than using the biocLite install
script, since I would have to individually download each package, use a
two-step process to ftp the packages through a firewall, and install
them (maybe you can suggest a simple way of doing this) separately.
Also, it may be obvious, but I have to install R in a non-standard
location due to our system restrictions.
Thanks again for your help…
Seth Falcon wrote:
> Thomas Adams <Thomas.Adams at noaa.gov> writes:
>> Thanks for your help and suggestions. Well, we have PostgreSQL 7.4.8
>> installed and your grep command reveals that PQfsize is in the
>> libpq-fe.h file located in /usr/include. In fact, when I install
>> RdbiPgSQL from source, it's easy to see that the build process
>> explicitly looks for the availability of libpq-fe.h.
> That's good. I expect RdbiPgSQL will work with 7.4.8 (not sure, but I
> think your problem lies elsewhere).
>> I do not have any control over what version of PostgreSQL we have
>> installed, so migrating to version 8.1.4 (or whatever) is not possible
>> at this time. Can anyone suggest an alternative way to install
>> RdbiPgSQL that circumvents this problem? Is there a Linux binary
>> available that I can install — will this even work?
> Did you try via biocLite? It might fail, but that failure might give
> us some clues.
> Can you look at the output of
> "ldd /awips/rep/lx/local_apps/R/lib/R/library/RdbiPgSQL/libs/RdbiPgSQL.so"
> both from the command line where you successfully built/installed
> RdbiPgSQL and from inside R using the system() command?
> + seth
Thomas E Adams
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