thats the error you get when no database driver at all is compiled into
GnuGk. Then all database code is removed from the executable.
SO you should recompile GnuGk and make sure you compile the
database drivers you need.
When you start GnuGk, it prints its version, along with the compiled in
modules. Check if you have see pgsql=1 in that line if you want to use
bilal ghayyad wrote:
> Hi List;
> It look like something related to SQL DB interface but actually I am not able to know it, because I am getting the following errors:
> factory.h(277) Init Can't create unknown class SQLPasswordAuth
> factory.h(277) Init Can't create unknown class SQLAcct
> This occures whenever I am trying to use SQLAuth or SQLPasswordAuth or SQLAcct.
> PostgreSQL is installed and I am able to connect for it and run a queries, already the voipdb created.
> I used the below link as a reference for my configuration:
> To what the problem could be related?
> Any advise?
Jan Willamowius, jan@..., http://www.gnugk.org/