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I'm installing software which requires the LD_LIBRARY_PATH to be set to include gcc library files. First of all, how do I check what the gcc library path is? Is there an environment variable which is set on install? I tried to find it using the following:
$ ls /usr/lib/gcc*
So I'm assuming that the gcc libs are at /usr/lib/gcc and /usr/lib/gcc-lib? There must be a more elegant way of doing this, any suggestions?
My other problem is how to set the LD_LIBRARY_PATH variable. I've put this line into my .cshrc file:
but when I do 'env' in a shell (and yes, I'm using csh), there is no sign of the LD_LIBRARY_PATH variable until I type the same command at the command line. And if I start a new shell having entered it as a command, the new shell doesn't show the variable when I do 'env'