Re: [htdig] getfpucw


Subject: Re: [htdig] getfpucw
From: Adam Rabinowitz (ANR@att.net)
Date: Wed Sep 13 2000 - 20:41:32 PDT


I'm not sure how to link manually. Is there a tutorial on the website?

----- Original Message -----
From: Torsten Neuer <tneuer@inwise.de>
To: Adam Rabinowitz <ANR@att.net>
Cc: <htdig@htdig.org>
Sent: Wednesday, September 13, 2000 7:10 AM
Subject: Re: [htdig] getfpucw

Adam Rabinowitz wrote:
>
> > > /usr/bin/ld: warning: libm.so.5, needed by /usr/lib/libstdc++.so, may
> > > conflict with libm.so.6
> > > /lib/libm.so.5: warning: erfcl is not implemented and will always fail
>
> Is there a command that I can run that will tell me the version of
libc/libm
> and libstdc++ that my host is running? I need to determine if your belief
is
> the case before I proceed.

Well.. there is ls(1), but that does not really tell anything about
what libs are used by which programs. You can only use it to check
which versions of libc/libm/libstdc++ are present in your system's
library path.

To check which libraries get referenced by a program or another library,
you could use

% strings the_file | grep "\.so"

Did you try linking htdig manually using static libraries?
This could also fix things, although it might not be optimal.

hth,

  Torsten

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