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Re: [TCLUG:4337] Libraries?


Did the test program you compiled (in the howto instructions) show only
glibc2 libraries when you ran 'ldd testprogram'? It should look like this: => /lib/ (0x40005000)
       /lib/ => /lib/ (0x2aaaa000)

If you have or /lib/, something is wrong with your
glibc2 installation.

Nate Carlson
the infinite loop

On Fri, 26 Feb 1999, Scott K. Johnson wrote:

> Hello all,
> I've been goofing around trying to upgrade some of the libraries I'm
> using.
> I just moved to glibc.  There was a "how to", so I had the benefit of
> someone's experience with that.  Everything went according to how the
> doc said it should.
> Next, I'm trying to upgrade glib & gkt.
> After grabbing the source, I started working to get it up and running.
> Working on glib first.  I ran ./configure, make, make check (all tests
> passed) and finally make install.
> Then I ran ldconfig.  It complained about libgmodule's appearing to be
> for multiple libc's.
> I figured I might have not "cleaned up" enough, and maybe had a
> version of the old glib/gtk stuff somewhere.  I went through my
> system, and deleted (I know, maybe not the smartest thing to do, but
> I'm Ok with rebuilding this box if I have to...).
> After deleting the old stuff, I ran ldconfig again, with no error
> messages.
> Then, re- ./configure, make,make check (all test passed), and make
> install'd glib over again.
> Ran ldconfig again, and got the same message.
> ldconfig: warning: /usr/local/lib/ appears to be for
> multiple libc's
> ldconfig: warning: /usr/local/lib/ appears to
> be for multiple libc's
> ldconfig: warning: /usr/local/lib/ appears to be
> for multiple libc's
> Now, it looks as if it may be a libc <??> thing as opposed to glib
> <???>???  How is the relationship between the two?  If all went well
> upgrading to glibc according to the howto, shouldn't I be Ok?
> Am I safe to assume that this is related to the stuff I'm doing with
> glib, for the simple fact that the message from ldconfig started
> showing up immediately after the build?  Or are there other things I
> should check?
> Any ideas/suggestions??
> Thanks for any help!!
> Scott K. Johnson
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