Where can I find libgcc_s.so.1 ?

P. U. Kruppa root at pukruppa.de
Sun Jun 22 10:26:30 PDT 2003

On Sun, 22 Jun 2003, Matthew Seaman wrote:

> > So I wonder where this file should come from.
> You would need to install a Linux package of gcc-3.2 --- if you're
> using the emulators/linux_base port, all of the standard linux stuff
> you have installed is based on RedHat 7.1, so grabbing a .rpm from one
> of the RedHat sites would probably be your best course of action.
> Make sure you add '--root /compat/linux --dbpath /var/lib/rpm --nodeps
> --replacepkgs --ignoreos --ignorearch' to the rpm command line.  Make
> sure to get the '--root' path right, or you may trash the system gcc,
> which could be a very tricky thing to recover from.
First of all: thanks for your hints (especially the --root and
--ignoreos  part).
I tried a "smaller" solution and downloaded a package called
libgcc-...rpm which contains the file I am looking for.
It made mozilla detect the new jre, but when I opened a a page
containing a java-applet mozilla froze.
I think next I will try the bigger solution and install a
complete gcc.



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