openoffice package requires libstdc++.so.6
Jason C. Wells
jcw at highperformance.net
Sat Jan 12 19:44:54 PST 2008
Garrett Cooper wrote:
> Did you install OpenOffice from a package? libstdc++.so.6 comes with
> gcc-3.4+ by default, so why isn't your system finding it...?
I should mention that this is the first time I have installed
openoffice. I cannot say that openoffice used to work. This is a fresh
binary package install of openoffice.
> 1. Did you do an clean install of FreeBSD 6.x or is it an upgrade? If an
> upgrade, from what version are you upgrading?
The system was a source upgrade from 6.1-RELEASE to 6.2-RELEASE.
> 2. Where did you get the package from?
Either ftp4.us.freebsd.org or ftp3.us.freebsd.org. I don't recall which.
I do have one system with 6.3-RC. The libstdc++ there is also
libstdc++.so.5. I just made the world today on that box.
I don't have gcc3.4 installed as a port. Here is my system gcc
# gcc -v
Using built-in specs.
Configured with: FreeBSD/i386 system compiler
Thread model: posix
gcc version 3.4.6 [FreeBSD] 20060305
I have no idea how my system could be off by one on the major number of
this library. I never tinker with that stuff.
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