libstdc++.so.5 howto ...
kiffin at gish.demon.nl
Mon Dec 5 13:39:37 PST 2005
I guess what I was trying to say is that I am very confused about all this
linux compatible stuff. I noticed there are many emulator ports for red hat,
suse, etc. and it is not clear to me which strategy to use. There's even an
Xfree linux compat in there, what for?
If I have an executable complaining that it cannot find libstdc++.so.5, what
can I do?
Perhaps there is a useful guide out there someplace, the FreeBSD handbook
chapter on the subject is very short.
Kiffin Rex Gish
Gouda, The Netherlands
> -----Original Message-----
> From: lowell at be-well.ilk.org [mailto:lowell at be-well.ilk.org]
> On Behalf Of Lowell Gilbert
> Sent: Monday, December 05, 2005 23:47
> To: Kiffin Gish
> Cc: freebsd-questions at freebsd.org
> Subject: Re: libstdc++.so.5 howto ...
> Kiffin Gish <kiffin at gish.demon.nl> writes:
> > I have installed another linux application (komodo 3.5)
> that requires
> > the 'libstdc++.so.5' library.
> > I did a install linux_base install from the default which
> results in
> > /usr/lib/libstdc++.so.4 being created.
> I highly doubt that. By default it should be under /usr/compat/linux.
> > The file /usr/compat/linux/usr/lib/libstdc++.so.5 is present (after
> > installing the red-hat 9.x stuff) but for some reason
> cannot be found
> > by the new application.
> > Can anyone please help me?
> Did you remember to use brandelf(1) on the Linux executable?
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