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Am Mon, 17 Mar 2003 12:31:23 -0800
schrieb Burton Samograd <kruhft@...>:
> Hi All,
> I have a gentoo 1.4 server that I left running for a while (many
> months) without a rsync or update for a while due to having some
> broken libraries. I fixed the libs, managed to get an rsync to work
> and then did an emerge -u world which seemed to work fine until it
> updated gcc (i think, but this seems like the most obvious problem).
> I figure it's an environment problem as I was having problems with not
> being able to find libstdc++, which was solved by adding the
> appropriate directory to LD_LIBRARY_PATH as well.
> Now it looks like the environment is out of whack or else portage
> ignore environment settings as I went through and manually inserted
> the paths in /etc/env.d/gcc/ and can run gcc from the command line,
> but whenever I try to emerge I get an error about not being able to
> find gcc.
> Are the paths or environment specified differently for portage or is
> there something else I have to manually update to get this working
> burton samograd kruhft@...
Its a known bug, look in bugzilla about gcc (dunno the bug id anymore) theres a workaround to fix
the reason is gcc-config being installed but not there.
how that comes i dunno,
after having portage working again, re-emerge gcc-config and then gcc,
or you will have future problems ( had this on 2 systems)
the short time workaround is to save /usr/lib/gcc-lib/i686-pc-linux-gnu/3.2.1 to somewhat else and link the 3.2.1 dir to 3.2.2.
emerge will then work again, to re-emerge gcc-config and gcc but dont forget to erase the link and copy the old dir back.
some old progs may need the .so s there ;)
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