Re: libstdc++ dependencies
/usr/local/lib/libstdc++.so.5 doesn't belong to any Debian package and
seems to be outdated. Rename it/remove it, run ldconfig and retry.
Craig Maloney writes:
> Hi all.
> I gave a search of the list and nothing obvious came up.
> For debian testing, I'm having the following problem...
> certain kde packages (e.g. karbon) give the following error when
> karbon: /usr/local/lib/libstdc++.so.5: version `GLIBCPP_3.2.2' not found
> (required by /usr/lib/libkofficecore.so.2)
> and many other libs in addition to libkofficecore.
> It appears that many kde libraries (e.g. libkofficecore) debend on
> GLIBCPP_3.2.2. The dependencies for kdelibs4 show a dependence on
> libstdc++5 (>= 1:3.3.3-1), and I have installed 1:3.3.3-6. And
> libstdc++5,1:3.3.3-6 owns /usr/local/lib/libstdc++.so.5. A readelf on
> file shows that it defines symbols such as:
> 37: 00057780 101 FUNC WEAK DEFAULT 11 somefunc@@GLIBCPP_3.2
> but no "@@GLIBCPP_3.2.2".
> I'm sorry that my knowledge of debian's handling of c++ ABI issues is not
> up to speed (this might be why the libs live in /usr/local?)... and sorry
> if this is a known issue. It also seems like it is in flux now... my
> konqueror from several weeks ago behaved (didn't even start) this way but
> now is fine -- I didn't notice if it was the konqueror package that
> changed or the libstdc++
> Anyway, if someone understands the situation and would like to explain or
> point me to the relevant info, I'd be much obliged.
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