library/linking problems

Joey Mingrone joey at
Mon Feb 9 19:29:29 PST 2004

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Thanks for the tips Kent.  I'm running 4.9 (4.9-RELEASE-p2).

I also did a cvsup of the ports tree and a portsdb -uU, and after make/buid 
world and a new kernel I also deleted everything is /usr/include/g++ and did:
cd /usr/src && rm -r /usr/include/g++ && make includes

portupgrade -Rf id3lib updates the dependencies properly but still produces 
the same errors.

I'm guessing the problem is in /usr/lib???



On February 9, 2004 16:53, Kent Stewart wrote:
> On Monday 09 February 2004 07:38 am, Joey Mingrone wrote:
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> >
> > Hi,
> >
> > I have some sort of problem with my c++ stream libraries.  A bunch of
> > ports that rely on things like cerr are giving linking errors.  (lots
> > of "undefined reference to `cerr', undefined reference to
> > `ostream::operator<<(char const *)'").
> >
> > I've posted output from the some the builds that fail at
> >
> >
> > I also cvsuped my sources and rebuilt userland and my kernel, but no
> > luck.
> Just to make sure, did you reboot?  You appear to be running 5.x but
> gives us a "uname -a" to let us see.
> > Any suggestions?
> I don't know which header is missing. Since you seem to have a general
> problem, I think I would a pattern for what is broken by doing the
> following: cvsup ports-all, make index, and portsdb -u.
> Then portupgrade -Rf id3lib. The will rebuild everything that id3lib
> uses and you will see more quickly if it fixes your problem than to
> rebuild the pieces of arts-1.1.4
> I have kde-3.2 running on both 4.9-stable and 5.2-current. I am using
> kmail from 3.2 to send this. Building it on -current I had to use a
> kluge but it works. When someone figures out the real fix, I will
> rebuild everything to get away from the kluge.
> Kent

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