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[Lcdproc] LCDproc - LCD2USB - Openbsd 4.9


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  • From: yannick at yahyah.fr (Yannick Lebreton)
  • Subject: [Lcdproc] LCDproc - LCD2USB - Openbsd 4.9
  • Date: Sat, 24 Sep 2011 00:59:39 +0200

Hi Markus and Jannis,

With --disable--ethlcd there's progress. Only One error :

LCDd:/usr/local/lib/lcdproc/hd44780.so: undefined symbol 'common_init'

Could not open driver module /usr/local/lib/lcdproc/hd44780.so: Cannot load
specified object
Driver [hd44780] binding failed
Could not load driver hd44780
There is no output driver
Critical error while initializing, abort.

My compil log in attachment .

thank you for your answer. A little more help please !

Yannick



-----Message d'origine-----
De?: lcdproc-bounces at lists.omnipotent.net
[mailto:lcdproc-bounces at lists.omnipotent.net] De la part de Markus Dolze
Envoy??: vendredi 23 septembre 2011 20:29
??: lcdproc at lists.omnipotent.net
Objet?: Re: [Lcdproc] LCDproc - LCD2USB - Openbsd 4.9

On 18.09.2011 23:41, Yannick Lebreton wrote:
>
> Hi all,
>
>
>
> I am trying to use LCDproc 0.5.4 on Openbsd 4.9 (i386 or amd64) in
> order to use my LCD2USB controller
>
>
>
> Compilation works by when I start LCDd I get following messages:
>
>
>
> # LCDd
>
> LCDd:/usr/local/lib/lcdproc/hd44780.so: undefined symbol 'sock_send'
>
> LCDd:/usr/local/lib/lcdproc/hd44780.so: undefined symbol 'sock_connect'
>
> LCDd:/usr/local/lib/lcdproc/hd44780.so: undefined symbol 'sock_close'
>
> LCDd:/usr/local/lib/lcdproc/hd44780.so: undefined symbol 'common_init'
>
> LCDd:/usr/local/lib/lcdproc/hd44780.so: undefined symbol 'sock_recv'
>
> Could not open driver module /usr/local/lib/lcdproc/hd44780.so: Cannot
> load specified object
>
> Driver [hd44780] binding failed
>
> Could not load driver hd44780
>
> There is no output driver
>
> Critical error while initializing, abort.
>
>
>
>
>
>

Unfortunately I am not aware of anyone working with LCDproc on OpenBSD and
don't have the time to check on my own.

The error may be caused by the ethlcd connection type which uses these
functions, therefore you may try to run

'configure --disable-ethlcd'

Regards,
Markus

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