Unsatisfied Symbols: main
Line of code to compile:
cc -Ae -D_HPUX_SOURCE -Wl,-adefault -Wl,+s -y
-o /apps/primary/wsi/src/bin/wsi_mgr -L/opt/oracle_8.05/precomp/lib/
Error does not mention if main is (code) or (data).
On HP-UX 10.2
firstname.lastname@example.org (thumor) wrote:
> Line of code to compile:
> cc -Ae -D_HPUX_SOURCE -Wl,-adefault -Wl,+s -y
> -o /apps/primary/wsi/src/bin/wsi_mgr -L/opt/oracle_
> -L/opt/oracle_8.05/lib/ -I/opt/oracle_8.05/precomp/public
> Error does not me...Unsatisfied symbols: _mFldhandle
After changing the MF compiler to SE 2.2 I have this error in
The OS is HPUX 11.11.
The command that I'm using is:
/opt/cobol_se2.2/bin/cob -acx -C IBMCOMP -C COPYEXT=prm -P -C
CALLSORT=EXTSM +Z +Z -Q "-v" myfile.cob
The object file contains the _mFldhandle but with the old compiler it
was not there.
I tried to include all the libraries that are comming with the
compiler but no succes.
I'm not sure whether you've had a response at all on this (I've been out on
vacation), but if not, I would suggest you either...[Q]Add symbol to symbol table after ld with no symbol loading
Downloading Application has over size simbols.
but I use only one excutable fuction, So I do not want load other symbols to table.
When 'ld < test.out', It make a memory problem, because of big symbol table.
So, load ld -1,1,"test.out"
[Test.out has test() function]
but after that , I could not execute test() .
because, test symbol was not added to symbol table.
How can I add test() to symbol table.
I do not not know anything about it, Please answer detatailly.
Do you have other solution not add symbol after not loading sym table.
You can use the "symAdd()" r...Unsatisfied symbol "sqlca"
I hava a proc static library. I have the statement:
EXEC SQL include sqlca;
in one program of that library.
When I link that library with a C++ program I get the error below:
ld: Unsatisfied symbol "sqlca" in file . . .
Any idea ?
"jose luis fernandez diaz" <email@example.com> wrote in
> I hava a proc static library. I have the statement:
> EXEC SQL include sqlca;
> in one program of that library.
...HP-UX 11i unsatisfied symbols for libtar
I'm trying to get an executable compiled up on an 11i machine. It
has a few different archive library dependencies as well as shared
library dependencies. The main problem is that there is one particular
library (libtar) that the linker is not properly resolving symbols for.
No matter where I put the libtar.a line in the compile line I get an
"Unsatisfied Symbols" error from the linker. I have tried several
different versions of this archive, one delivered as a binary depot and
others that I have compiled myself. No matter how I cut it, the linker
won't resolved the s...(Warning) Unsatisfied symbol "_HPMutexWrapper::~_HPMutexWrapper()
i have these warnings when i compile the program, and after the
program does not run , i am misssing something.
g++ -mlp64 -o occiteste Main_Program.o Modelo.o -L/opt/users/
ora10g/lib -locci -lclntsh -lgen
ld: (Warning) Unsatisfied symbol "_HPMutexWrapper::~_HPMutexWrapper()"
in file /opt/users/ora10g/lib/libocci.so
ld: (Warning) Unsatisfied symbol "_HPMutexWrapper::~_HPMutexWrapper()"
in file /opt/users/ora10g/lib/libocci.so
ld: (Warning) Unsatisfied symbol "__bad_alloc_exception" in file /opt/
users/ora10g/...Unsatisfied code symbol 'nnftboot' when starting listener
This morning I received an email from a colleague at another
installation asking for help with the following. As I understand it,
this occurred after applying the July CPU from Oracle. My guess is he
doesn't have LD_LIBRARY_PATH and SHLIB_PATH set correctly, but I
thought I'd run it by here ..
LSNRCTL for HPUX: Version 10.2.0.2.0 - Production....
Starting /oracle/app/product/10.2.0/bin/tnslsnr: please wait...
/usr/lib/pa20_64/dld.sl: Unsatisfied code symbol 'nnftboot' in load
/usr/lib/pa20_64/dld.sl: Unsatisfied c...|SYMBOL| vs 'SYMBOL
Consider the following code:
(defstruct rect x y w h) ; any old structure
=> #<Closure ...>
Am I missing something here? I thought 'foo and |foo| were equivalent.
PS: This came up when I tried to write
(defun accessor (class attribute)
"Return the function bound to the symbol `class-attribute'."
(declare (string class attribute)
(symbol-function (intern (concatenate 'string class "-" attribute))))
I'm sure you chaps can do same correctly :-)
Tre...Symbols over symbols damage alignment.
I am using symbols with elaborate markings placed over them
to represent various types of quantities.
One of them is defined as follows:
% 2D projective vector (or point):
It puts an arrow over whatever is the argument #1 (usually it's
an uppercase letter), and a dot above the arrow.
If I later use it in a formula with primed and non-primed letter symbols,
then I would like all X's to be on the same level, regardless of what
is above them, or whether th...difference between :symbol and 'symbol
Hi, what is the real difference between :symbol and 'symbol?
firstname.lastname@example.org (Rommel Martinez) writes:
> Hi, what is the real difference between :symbol and 'symbol?
One is a keyword symbol and one is a quoted symbol in the current
Keyword symbols are interned in the KEYWORD package and automatically
exported. Also each keyword symbol is automatically (in effect anyway)
defined as a constant varibles with the symbol as its value. I.e. it's
like wrote this:
(defconstant keyword:symbol 'keyword:symbol)
Thus you can use keyword symbols in value positi...Symbols: Printing the LE symbol
Dear SAS gurus,
I was wondering if anyone has figured out a way to print the less than or
equal to symbol in SAS. I'm using ODS to print, so if the code doesnt
exist in SAS maybe there is a way to change it while being printed in ODS
It seems like this would come up a lot, I wonder why it is so difficult in
Thanks in advance,
Daniel Boisvert wrote:
> Dear SAS gurus,
> I was wondering if anyone has figured out a way to print the less
> than or equal to symbol in SAS. I'm using ODS to print, so if the
> code doesnt exist in SAS maybe there is a way ...ld: Unsatisfied symbol "WF_ListWuClnt" in file WFWuListService.o
I am giving the following command to build the server executableon
/opt/aCC/bin/aCC -o SOAPServer SOAPServer.o WFWuListService.o
WFWuListImpl.o WFWuListStructs.o WFWuList.o
-I/opt/systinet/server_cpp65/include/ -I../.. +DD64
/opt/systinet/server_cpp65/lib/libwasp_stl.sl -ldcekt -lpthread
and Im getting the following error
ld: Unsatisfied symbol "WF_ListWuClnt" in file WFWuListService.o
Which means WFWuListService.cpp, especially the spelling and definition
of WF_ListWuClnt needs to be checked .
My header fil...ld: Unsatisfied symbol "main" in file <no file>
While compiling and linking , with the command
/opt/aCC/bin/aCC -o SOAPServer *.cpp -I/opt/systinet/server_cpp65/
include -I../../.. +DD64 -lpthread -mt /opt/systinet/server_cpp65/lib/
I get the error message as "ld: Unsatisfied symbol "main" in file <no
But SOAPServer binary gets created , when I execute the binary
/usr/lib/pa20_64/dld.sl: Unsatisfied code symbol 'main' in load module
Im getting above error
I can use 'b1'x for $B!^ (J, anyone knows what for (J $B&B (J, $B&A (J, and (J $B!g (J? Can anyone direct me to any documents about symbols?
.../usr/lib/pa20_64/dld.sl: Unsatisfied data symbol 'typeid__XTQ2_3std9exception_' in load module '/usr/lib/libcryptograph2_64.sl'
CertificateDemo is a java program which use JNI call.
Please help to solve the following error.
$ java -version
java version "1.6.0.01"
Java(TM) SE Runtime Environment (build 1.6.0.01-
Java HotSpot(TM) Server VM (build 1.6.0.01 jinteg:06.06.08-12:28 PA2.0
(aCC_AP), mixed mode)
Computer is HP-UX B.11.11 U 9000/785.
$ java -d64 CertificateDemo
/usr/lib/pa20_64/dld.sl: Unsatisfied code symbol
'__dt__Q3_3std8ios_base4InitFv' in load module '/usr/lib/
/usr/lib/pa20_64/dld.sl: Unsatisfied data symbol
'type...Appearance of symbol I when working with Symbolic Toolbox
When performing symbolic computions with the symbolic toolbox, suddenly a symbol 'I' (capital i) appears in the expressions. This symbol causes the plotting command ezplot to produce an error:
??? Error using ==> char
Cell elements must be character arrays.
As a test I removed all 'I' symbols in the expression. ezplot was then capable of plotting the modified expression. So indeed the presence of the 'I' symbols seems to cause the error. However, I am wondering why this symbol is introduced at all and why I cannot find anything about this behavior in the MATL...Symbolic change of variables in a symbolic expression
Given for instance the following expression
does there exist a way to solve it, say, with respect to $x_1$ and $x_2/x_1$, that is, to make the change of variables $x_2=y*x_1$?
On 11/02/11 11:32 AM, Antonio wrote:
> Given for instance the following expression
> does there exist a way to solve it, say, with respect to $x_1$ and
> $x_2/x_1$, that is, to make the change of variables $x_2=y*x_1$?
subs(a*x_1+b*x_2^(1/3), x_2, y*x_1)
...symbolic variables + symbolic numerical manipulations?
I thought that when using symbolic variables, Matlab treats numbers, which are multiplied by this variables also in a "symbolic" way.
Look at the following.
A=[1/4, 1/4 - sqrt(3)/6;1/4 + sqrt(3)/6, 1/4 ]
r= 1 + z*b*inv((I-z*A))*e;
Now when doing the calculations by hand r should be:
r= (1 + 0.5*z + 1/12*z.^2)./(1 - 0.5*z + 1/12*z.^2);
Matlab gives me:
1014120480182583521...how to create reverse symbol of any math symbol
hi myself anjan debnath and i am going to write an article where i
have used so many symbols just reversing the common known math
symbols. for example i have used the reverse/mirror image of integral
please help me giving the command how to produce reverse/mirror image
of math symbols.
On 28-07-2011 08:31, anjan debnath wrote:
> hi myself anjan debnath and i am going to write an article where i
> have used so many symbols just reversing the common known math
> symbols. for example i have used the reverse/mirror image of integral
...How to pass symbols and equation in symbols to a function
I have a main function in which i define a few symbols and then create an equation using those symbols. Now i need to create a sub function in which i need the equation, so that I can substitute the symbols by numbers.
xv = sym(zeros(1, n));
for i = 1:n
xv(i) = sym(sprintf('x%d', i));
f = f +(100*((xv(i)^2)-xv(i+1))^2 + (1-xv(i))^2); % objective function
I also have a few matrices that are defined such that they also contain the symbols xv (and more). I need these matrices also in the sub function.
How do I input a symbolic matrix ...dynamic symbols vs normal symbols
I was using the options -T/--dynamic-sym for objdump or the
-D/--dynamic option for nm.
The man page from nm says:
Display the dynamic symbols rather than the normal symbols.
This is only meaningful for dynamic objects, such as certain types of
And the man page for objdump says :
Print the dynamic symbol table entries of the file. This
is only meaningful for dynamic objects, such as certain types of
shared libraries.This is similar to the information provided by the nm
program when given th...MLSE vs. Symbol-by-Symbol detection
I am trying to figure out the *real* motivation behind using MLSE (Maximum
Likelihood Sequence Detection) as opposed to a symbol-by-symbol detection
that maximizes the log-likelihood function.
As a tangible example, the standard optimum receiver for CPM
(Continuous-Phase Modulation) signals is defined to be a correlator
followed by an MLSE detector (Ref. Digital Communications by J. G.
Proakis). My question, rephrased in the context of this example, is as
What difference would it make (in terms of error performance, complexity
etc etc) if, instead of using the standard app...Symbolic solve and assign results to symbols
I want to symbolic solve a system of equations, convert the results into doubles and assign to the respective symbols. Can anyone help me solve this, thank you.
x=sym('x',[1,2]) % defining x(1) and x(2)
Matlab puts the results into a structure array. Is there any way to automatically assign
so that I can use them afterwards.
On 2/6/2012 3:00 AM, Ronald wrote:
> I want to symbolic solve a system of equations, convert the results into doubles and