I have played around with some binary packages lately wich won't run. I have these problems with JBuilderX and AC3D.
I get these errors:
./jbuilder: relocation error: ./jbuilder: undefined symbol: __tic
./ac3d: relocation error: ./ac3d: undefined symbol: __builtin_new
I think the problem is that they both link to libstdc++-libc6.2-2.so.3 wich is just a symlink to the normal libstdc++-lib.
Is now the problem that the libstdc++ in Arch-Linux is just too new for these programs (compared to Red-Hat for example...) or is there some workaround for this problem?
It is not the first time that I get some strange errors with binary-programs but normally I can live with them... (and use other programs )
I'm just wondering if I could make them work despite all that
Some sort of compat package could be useful.
i guess it would take quite some work
for instance I once tried to use some binary program which needed gcc 2.95 linked libraries i think that would be a problem
Who is peer, and why is he resetting my connection ??
At work we use a proprietary terminal emulator that needs to have that older libstdc++ on board or it won't run right. After trying a bunch of things, we got it to work by FTP'ing the required library over from a working RH9 box, making a symlink to it with the name that the app expected, and then it worked OK.
Hope this helps ..
Thanks for the tips!
I copied the file from a RedHat-Station and suddenly all worked!
I couldn't download it from your site, maybe the link is broken?!
Hrm, doesn't seem to be uploaded correctly, it was a 0 byte file.
If anyone else has problems, let me know. Actually, I'll post the exact link here.
I've uploaded it again and tested it and this time it should work