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    Default Prototype PERM

    Hello, I actually installed a prototype PERM (Provenance Extension Relational Model). This prototype is open source. It is a relational data management system with adding keywords such as FROM ...
    There are quite a guide to the installation of the prototype under this address:
    http://permdbms.sourceforge.net/ # install

    The problem is that I installed a whole following the steps mentioned. But I can not make the turn PERMBROWSER as indicated in the guide.

    Thank you for all indcation.

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    Default Re: Prototype PERM

    [QUOTE=khadh;2646786]Hello, I actually installed a prototype PERM (Provenance Extension Relational Model). This prototype is open source. It is a relational data management system with adding keywords such as FROM ...
    There are quite a guide to the installation of the prototype under this address:
    http://permdbms.sourceforge.net/ # install

    The problem is that I installed a whole following the steps mentioned. But I can not make the turn PERMBROWSER as indicated in the guide.

    Thank you for all indcation.

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    Default Re: Prototype PERM

    I haven't looked further to determine if the code is being maintained,
    but I ran into all sorts of issues just getting prerequisites installed.

    Don't know what you tried, but <besides> what is documented in the INSTALL file, I also found the following needed to be installed

    zlib-devel
    readline-devel

    And still after that, an error was returned which looks like a show stopper unless it can be resolved
    Code:
    /usr/x86_64-suse-linux/bin/ld: Relocatable linking with relocations from format mach-o-le (provrewrite.o) to format elf64-x86-64 (SUBSYS.o) is not supported
    make[4]: *** [SUBSYS.o] Error 1

    You'll need to evaluate how old the code is, and maybe find out what distro (including version) the code was last verified to run on.
    Maybe find whatever support options are available (IRC, Forums, mailing lists, etc)

    TSU

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