Re: pkg check -ad, llvm10 is missing a required shared library

From: George Mitchell <george+freebsd_at_m5p.com>
Date: Mon, 9 Aug 2021 17:53:22 -0400
On 8/9/21 4:36 PM, Philipp Ost wrote:
> [...]
> # pkg check -Bdna
> [...]
> Checking all packages: 100%
> llvm10 is missing a required shared library: libcxxrt.so.1
> llvm10 is missing a required shared library: libc.so.7
> llvm10 is missing a required shared library: libthr.so.3
> llvm10 is missing a required shared library: libm.so.5
> llvm10 is missing a required shared library: libncurses.so.8
> llvm11 is missing a required shared library: libcxxrt.so.1
> llvm11 is missing a required shared library: libc.so.7
> llvm11 is missing a required shared library: libthr.so.3
> llvm11 is missing a required shared library: libm.so.5
> llvm11 is missing a required shared library: libncurses.so.8
> llvm12 is missing a required shared library: libcxxrt.so.1
> llvm12 is missing a required shared library: libc.so.7
> llvm12 is missing a required shared library: libthr.so.3
> llvm12 is missing a required shared library: libm.so.5
> llvm12 is missing a required shared library: libncurses.so.8
> [...]

My guess is that this is a pkg problem (or perhaps a pkg database
problem).  It can be "fixed" by recompiling and reinstalling
llvm{10,11,12}.  I've just been ignoring it since the message is
clearly nonsensical and there appear to be no operational problems
with llvm when I ignore them.  It would be nice to get it fixed,
though.                                                -- George


Received on Mon Aug 09 2021 - 21:53:22 UTC

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