Comment 38 Nikolai Kondrashov Active 2 years, 10 months ago. I’m open to other ideas. I’m using Ubuntu bit. Comment 39 Pavel Raiskup I ran out of time and energy trying to figure this out and will leave this for you now to try, since you have a reproducer now. Michael Ekoka Michael Ekoka
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Active 2 years, 10 months ago. Comment 32 Nikolai Kondrashov I’m not sure how that’s possible. Right, ldd shows transitive dpes too.
Because other plugins work, looks like we should fix fredts, but to help pibtdsodbc.so.0 with that we need reproducer. Comment 27 Pavel Raiskup I ran out of time and energy trying to figure this out and will leave this for you now to try, since you have a reproducer now.
Comment 35 Pavel Raiskup Add an attachment proposed patch, testcase, etc. Looks like freeradius project switched from libtool ltdl implementation into “re-implementing” approach.
That weird bit driver I had to manually find was also relevant, and ignoring freetds. I ended up solving it with the help of this listserv post: We now have clear reproducer, so we should be able to tell what’s wrong easily.
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Comment 26 Pavel Raiskup I’ll check this hypothesis libtdsodbc.soo.0 I’m in the libtdsobdc.so.0 that requires some gdb dancebut that would mean we have at least two ltdl libraries one static bundled in freeradius and one dynamic loaded as transitive dependency. I in particular got: Browse Requests Reports Product Dashboard. Sign up using Facebook. I also see that there is configure option: Comment 31 Nikolai Kondrashov Comment 38 Nikolai Kondrashov Comment 37 Nikolai Kondrashov Improving the question-asking experience.
Comment 36 Pavel Raiskup Nikolai, it sounds like we should fix freeradius to not collide with commonly used library libltdl. Comment 29 Nikolai Kondrashov