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(This section adapted from the comp.sys.sun.admin FAQ.)
If you are linking with Sun's OpenWindows libraries in SunOS 4.1.x, you
may get undefined symbols
_get_applicationShellWidgetClass when linking. This problem does
not arise using the standard MIT X libraries under SunOS.
The cause is bugs in the
Xmu shared library as shipped from Sun.
There are several fixes:
Xmulibrary into the executable.
Xmuat all. If you are compiling Metafont, see section `Online Metafont graphics' in Web2c. If you are compiling Xdvi, see the
-DNOTOOLoption in `xdvik/INSTALL'.
Here is the information for getting the two patches:
Patch ID: 100512-02 Bug ID's: 1086793, 1086912, 1074766 Description: 4.1.x OpenWindows 3.0
The way to statically link with
libXmu depends on whether you are
using a Sun compiler (e.g.,
gcc. If the latter,
x_libs Make variable to include
-static -lXmu -dynamic
If you are using the Sun compiler, use `-Bstatic' and `-Bdynamic'.
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