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#1 2003-05-15 05:57:47

hApy
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gcc 3.2.3 => gcc 3.3

I'm not too familiar with upgrading gcc... should it be completely transparent? or should I expect to run into some problems?

I've moved to gcc3.3 from 3.2.3 and then I was trying to install openoffice and I get the following error from trying to run ./setup:

/opt/openoffice/program/setup.bin: ./libgcc_s.so.1: version `GCC_3.3' not found (required by /usr/lib/libstdc++.so.5)

Is this just openoffice specific (looking at the PKGBUILD file it looks like it was hell to build) or have I not done something I should have? smile

Thanks in advance.

Hapy.

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#2 2003-05-16 15:37:17

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Re: gcc 3.2.3 => gcc 3.3

rats likely i will have to recompile it.


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#3 2003-05-17 00:00:28

ody
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Re: gcc 3.2.3 => gcc 3.3

maybe recompile glibc with gcc 3.3?

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#4 2003-05-17 00:21:17

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Re: gcc 3.2.3 => gcc 3.3

yeah i was thinking that too. regardless more investigation is required


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