This answer was the most useful:
Use the "nm" utility found in /usr/ccs/bin. For example
will spit out a list of symbols (functions, variables, etc)
found in the library. Another method is just to look for
the man page of the function. For example, doing
give me the man page which tells me I need the -lsocket
and -lnsl libraries.
Also, someone suggested using "ar" which works on libraries that end with .a but
not those with .so.1
Other people suggested I set my LD_LIBRARY_PATH variable, but that wasn't the
problem, I just wasn't sure which libraries I should be using.
Thanks very much to all those who answered
> I am trying to compile a 'C' program on a system running Solaris 2.3 -
> and I get undefined symbol messages so I realise I need to link in
> some libraries from /usr/lib, however I don't know which ones.
> Is there some command you can run on libraries which tells you which
> functions/procedures/variables they contain?
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