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2008/9/22 Barry Schwartz <chemoelectric@...>:
> Beso <givemesugarr@...> skribis:
>> i've already done that the last time i've cleaned up the old versions
>> (about 2 weeks ago) and after that i had a world rebuild. the problem
>> is that this error got out today after i've rebuilt gcc (the only
>> version present is 4.3.1) with multilib use flag instead of -multilib
>> as it has been before. that's why i've tried the script after
>> revdep-rebuild continued to show me this breakage. also the breakage
>> is only on emul-linux, mplayerplug-in (just rebuilt with multilib
>> profile) and firefox-bin packages. so this might really be some weird
>> multilib problem.
> Then I don't know what's going on. :) Is glibc built with multilib?
> (Note you can get screaming from revdep-rebuild if you build gcc with
> USE=gcj. It is a known bug that I, and probably the majority of users,
> just ignore.)
i think i've found the problem: there's a libstdc++.so.6 symlink in
/usr/lib/gcc/x86_64_amd64/4.3.1/32/ that is broken and i think that
this (since qlist indicates it as belonging to gcc 4.3.1, while equery
b doesn't find it) is the main issue. for some reason i think that
portage has removed this needed file.
dott. ing. beso