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Problem with pyodbc, Python?

I've just built pyodbc 2.0.58 against freetds and unixodbc. When I
attempt to invoke it, either from the test script or from the
interpreter, I get:
ImportError: build/lib.linux-x86_64-2.5/pyodbc.so: undefined symbol:

I'm not quite sure how to go about troubleshooting this.

More info:
Build is on opensuse 11.0, intel x86_64 from Python 2.5.2. I've also
tried a custom built (i.e. not the SuSE package) Python with the same
result. Yes, I have the Python-dev package installed.

I had this working on this very machine when I was running Mandriva
but I recently, overly whimsically, decided to try opensuse. Near as I
can figure, something about how Python or supporting libraries are
built is different between the two distros but I'm not sure how to go
about fixing things.

Any thoughts?
Jul 31 '08 #1
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