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Re: [Aeskulap-users] Compiling on FC4 x86_64 (undefined symbol: numberOf

From: Amir Seginer
Subject: Re: [Aeskulap-users] Compiling on FC4 x86_64 (undefined symbol: numberOfDcmStorageSOPClassUIDs)
Date: Mon, 02 Oct 2006 20:47:41 +0200
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Thanks for the quick reply.

Alexander Pipelka wrote:

It looks like a compiler related issue.
Which gcc version are you using ?

I'm using: gcc-4.0.2-8.fc4

The "numberOfDcmStorageSOPClassUIDs" is a variable that should be
exported by the DCMTK libraries. For some reason it isn't, ...
Is this one the *only* unresolved symbol ?

Could you please try a "make install" and do the following afterwards:

ldd -r /usr/bin/aeskulap
ldd -r /usr/lib/aeskulap/

Asuming you prefix is "/usr"

No, it seems it is not the only one missing. Attached is a zipped output of the commands you sent (my prefix is /usr/local).

Note, that I do NOT seem to have under /usr/local after running 'make install'. (I ran ldd on the copy in compliation directory)

If it helps in any way I have installed dcmtk-3.5.4-1 and dcmtk-devel-3.5.4-1 (build from source rpm).

Thanks again,



Am Montag, den 02.10.2006, 15:30 +0200 schrieb Amir Seginer:


I've been trying to compile aeskulap-0.2.1 on a Fedora Core 4 machine (x86_64). The compilation seems fine (to me), but when I run Aeskulap I get an error:

/home/amir/Work/DICOM-viewers/aeskulap-0.2.1/src/.libs/lt-aeskulap: symbol lookup error: /home/amir/Work/DICOM-viewers/aeskulap-0.2.1/imagepool/.libs/ undefined symbol: numberOfDcmStorageSOPClassUIDs

Any help would be appreciated. I can give more info if needed.



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