On 3/21/06, Grobian <email@example.com> wrote:
> On 21-03-2006 11:05:22 -0800, m h wrote:
> > Has anyone else ran into this? I'm not setting this flag and don't
> > see it in the ebuilds....
> Yep sure I do!
> I believe it had to do with my install of GCC. There was a problem
> somewhere, but I don't recall anymore what. Let me do a quick google.
> You say you emerged GCC, are you sure it is using it? The stack
> protector stuff needs a patch, and I think it's in the Gentoo one. I
> think now I now again what the problem is.
> You emerged Gentoo gcc, but you're not using it, because:
> to use a Gentoo compiler, you need eselect-gcc or something. And for
> that to emerge, you need a lot of packages, including the compiler.
> So, what you need to do, is setup yourself the basic symlinks to the
> Gentoo compiler, instead of the files you installed manually.
> I remember I made a bunch of symlinks to the Gentoo gcc, and then it
> worked flawlessly.
Thanks, I was putting gcc in package provided because the the
requirement for libstdc++ wasn't provided (there was no ebuild!). So
now I'm putting an ebuild in and will try again.
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