I am able to compile fully without having to remove
the Counter64 definition in mib2.h.

It seems all was related to the Solaris header file
package not being install.

Thanks


--- Thomas Anders wrote:

> supra_mkii wrote:
> > I took the out "Counter64" in

> /usr/include/inet/mib2.h
> > and the make process then prompted that label.h in
> > /usr/include/sys/tsol was missing. It turns out

> that
> > the upgrade removed the SUNWhea package. I

> installed
> > the package and I was able to compile without any
> > problem.

>
> After reinstalling SUNWhea, do you still have to
> take out the Counter64
> definition from /usr/include/inet/mib2.h in order to
> build successfully?
>
>
> +Thomas
>
> --
> Thomas Anders (thomas.anders at blue-cable.de)
>





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