Re: Need help with libc6 conversion and rpath
On Sun, Nov 02, 1997 at 12:39:55PM -0500, Dirk Eddelbuettel wrote:
> Yesterday, I tried a straight rebuild of Octave on my hamm system  on
> which I have built libc6 versions of all my other packages. The
> configure[.in] of Octave sets the following on i386 linux
> RLD_FLAG='-Xlinker -rpath -Xlinker $(libdir)'
> This builds fine, but it plain coredumps. Now, as far as I understand it,
> rpath can help with different versions of a library in different
> locations. (See  for a fine quote by James LewisMoss on this, taken from
> the debian-policy list.)
Are you sure the -I and -L options are set up properly to use the
local copy of readline? Also, are you getting the segfaults before or
after you've installed the new version?
>  ldso 1.9.6-2 The Linux dynamic linker, library and utilit
> libc6 2.0.5c-0.1 The GNU C library version 2 (run-time files)
> gcc 22.214.171.124-3 The GNU C compiler.
> libg++272 126.96.36.199-0.1 The GNU C++ libraries (libc6 version)
There may still be some problems between libc6 2.0.5c and libg++.
Anyone else know for sure?
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