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I am unable to run wireshark, tshark or dumpcap from the build directory.
The failures are as follows:
[cmaynard@harley ~/wireshark]$ WIRESHARK_RUN_FROM_BUILD_DIRECTORY=1
/home/cmaynard/wireshark/.libs/lt-wireshark: symbol lookup error:
/home/cmaynard/wireshark/.libs/lt-wireshark: undefined symbol:
[cmaynard@harley ~/wireshark]$ WIRESHARK_RUN_FROM_BUILD_DIRECTORY=1 ./tshark -h
/home/cmaynard/wireshark/.libs/lt-tshark: Symbol `gsm_a_dtap_msg_rr_strings'
has different size in shared object, consider re-linking
/home/cmaynard/wireshark/.libs/lt-tshark: symbol lookup error:
/home/cmaynard/wireshark/.libs/lt-tshark: undefined symbol:
[cmaynard@harley ~/wireshark]$ WIRESHARK_RUN_FROM_BUILD_DIRECTORY=1 ./dumpcap -h
/home/cmaynard/wireshark/.libs/lt-dumpcap: symbol lookup error:
/home/cmaynard/wireshark/.libs/lt-dumpcap: undefined symbol:
I first hit this problem with a customized version of 1.4.0, so I went back to
the pristine 1.4.0 source and encountered the same problem. I tried yet again
with SVN34314, but with the same results.
The system I am trying to run this on is RHEL5. "uname -a" shows:
Linux harley 2.6.18-8.el5 #1 SMP Fri Jan 26 14:15:14 EST 2007 x86_64 x86_64
This works for capinfos, editcap, mergecap and text2pcap.
Is there something I'm doing wrong here? Those symbols are all in
epan/.libs/libwireshark.so. My guess is that the binaries are linking against
the much older already installed version of wireshark instead of the new one,
but how do I fix this? I thought WIRESHARK_RUN_FROM_BUILD_DIRECTORY=1 was
supposed to take care of this. Any ideas?
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