robin at reportlab.com
Sun Nov 16 04:17:36 PST 2008
Robin Becker wrote:
> I'm trying to run some benchmarks for a modified version of Python
> 2.5.2, unfortunately the modification requires a newer version of GCC so
> I have installed gcc version 4.3.3 from ports.
> When I try to run my make command I'm seeing this error
> *** WARNING: renaming "_codecs_hk" since importing it failed: Shared
> object "libgcc_s.so.1"
> I see that the gcc 4.3.3 libs were installed in /usr/local/lib/gcc-4.3.3
> and I can get things to work by setting up the appropriate -L option and
> Is there some way to make these libraries available without this?
I think this is just a question of adding /usr/local/lib/gcc-4.3.3 to
the ldconfig hints. At least when I ran
ldconfig -R /usr/local/lib/gcc-4.3.3
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