Re: Mac OS X: dyld: lazy symbol binding failed

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Justin,

I saw your commit into homebrew and I am actually trying that. Like I
said, statically linking it to a test C program I wrote worked fine,
but working over FFI and dynamically loading it failed with the quoted
error message. I'm unsure how to proceed at this point. :)

Thanks a lot for the homebrew recipe, saved me some work there.

Best,
Mitchell

On Fri, Oct 8, 2010 at 12:35 AM, Justin Clift <jclift@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On 10/08/2010 06:00 PM, Mitchell Hashimoto wrote:
>>
>> I'm using the Ruby/FFI libvirt library and getting this consistently
>> on Mac OS X:
>>
>> ruby-1.9.2-p0>  FFI::Libvirt.virInitialize
>> dyld: lazy symbol binding failed: Symbol not found: _virThreadInitialize
>>   Referenced from: /usr/local/lib/libvirt.dylib
>>   Expected in: flat namespace
>>
>> dyld: Symbol not found: _virThreadInitialize
>>   Referenced from: /usr/local/lib/libvirt.dylib
>>   Expected in: flat namespace
>>
>> Trace/BPT trap
>>
>> I exported DYLD_PRINT_LIBRARIES and it shows that libvirt.dylib is
>> loaded in the process space, but the above still occurs. When I
>> statically link into a C program it works fine, however. Anyone have
>> any idea what could be causing this?
>>
>> If this doesn't get a response, I'll post it to the dev list, since
>> its perhaps relevant to them as well.
>
> Hi Mitchell,
>
> Which build of libvirt do you have on the OSX box?
>
> Asking because some work has been happening recently to get libvirt
> into the Homebrew packaging (on OSX).
>
> The version added yesterday (0.8.4-6) is the latest one, so I'm
> thinking it might be worth trying that if you're using an older
> version?
>
> Regards and best wishes,
>
> Justin Clift
>


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