[unixODBC-support] Force 32 bit install on 64 bit Linux

Nick Gorham nick at lurcher.org
Thu Jan 20 10:04:38 GMT 2011


On 20/01/11 05:58, Roger Heim wrote:
>
> I've just subscribed and haven't seen any other postings yet, so I 
> apologize if this is not written in the "typical style" used here -- 
> or not the right amount of detail...
>
> Short Version:
>
> I'm getting a "127" error when I try to start the application that 
> uses the unixODBC Driver Manager after installing it on a 64 bit box. 
> Is there a way to install the 32 bit version?
>
> Long Version:
>
> We're using unixODBC version 2.2.12 with a 32 bit application 
> (Application Integrator [AI] from GXS) that we've been running on 32 
> bit Linux boxes.
>
> We're now in the process of migrating to new environments, and as part 
> of that, we're now using 64 bit Linux boxes.
>
> AI contains several components that have to be installed individually 
> and, in addition to the "core product", there are additional 
> components (called "Plug-Ins") that can be purchased separately and 
> installed to add additional functionality to the application.
>
> When I install the "core product" the "control server" starts up and 
> works fine.
>
> After I install the unixODBC Driver Manager, and then the ODBC Plug-In 
> and restart the AI control server -- I get a "127" system error.
>
> A former co-worker (who, unfortunately for our group -- but I'm happy 
> for her as a friend) is no longer with our group, spent almost two 
> months close to a year ago figuring out how to make this thing work in 
> our 32 bit environments.
>
> Based on what I've been able to dig up about "127" errors -- I gather 
> something isn't configured correctly. While there are some directory 
> changes required for these new boxes, I believe I've "adjusted" the 
> installation process correctly to accommodate those differences. That 
> said, the only other differences is that we're on a 64 bit box. I ran 
> the "configure" process on both a 32 bit and 64 bit box -- with its 
> output piped to a file each time. I've noticed that it's different on 
> the 64 bit box -- and that the differences start shortly after it does 
> a check to see if it's being run in a 64 bit environment and 
> determines that it is.
>
> All that being said, I believe what I need is some help in how to 
> "tweak" the configure routine to force a 32 bit installation -- rather 
> than the 64 bit one that it appears to be doing. The configure routine 
> I'm doing now is passing a "-prefix" parameter with the path we want 
> it installed in, and "-disable-gui". Is there something I can add to 
> the configure command -- or something I should edit -- to make it do a 
> 32 bit installation? OR -- does someone out there have an idea of what 
> else might be causing the "127" error rather than that installation 
> process?
>
> Any assistance would be greatly appreciated!
>
> Roger Heim
> Technical Advisor
> FedEx Corporate Services
>
Hi,

All you need to do is set the CFLAGS env variable to build 32 bit, maybe 
something like

export CFLAGS=-m32

then run configure and build as normally.

-- 
Nick
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