22.09.2011, 23:39, "Martin Luessi" <mluessi@...>:
> 2011/9/22 Konstantin Tokarev <annulen@...>:
>> 22.09.2011, 23:32, "Martin Luessi" <mluessi@...>:
>>> On Thu, Sep 22, 2011 at 10:45 AM, Ricky Egeland <ricky.egeland@...> wrote:
>>>> On Sep 22, 2011, at 8:35 AM, Martin Luessi wrote:
>>>>> Did you ever figure out how to fix this? I have the same problem on
>>>>> CentOS 5.6. I was able to install 4.5.2-r00.1 using the "vanilla" use
>>>>> falg, but it seems like this creates trouble later on (things being
>>>>> linked to system libraries instead the ones in prefix).
>>>> No, I never got it working. I had to give up and move on.
>>>> -- Ricky
>>> I am sorry to hear that. I belive the problem is that CentOS uses a
>>> very old glibc version (2.5), which isn't compatible with newer gcc
>> How can it be incompatible with gcc 4.4 if CentOS has 4.4.0 in repositories which
>> works perfectly.
> I don't know.. all I know is that my workstation at work uses CentOS
> 5.6 with gcc 4.1.2 and glibc 2.5, which is consistent with
Maybe you should try RedHat branch of GCC (or just deceive portage and use binary
4.4.0 from CentOS repositories to build prefix)