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It should be an issue of the SElinux policy. Check the SElinux settings: under System --> Administration --> Security Level and Firewall. Go into the SElinux tab, and click on Modify SElinux Policy. Under Compatibility look for the voice "Allow the use of shared libraries with Text Relocation". If it is unchecked, check it and try to recompile.
If it works, you may restore the previous setting when you have done.
Hello! I had the same problem this morning. Hopefully you're not still dealing with it, but just in case this website provides a workaround. It's not the same error message you and I were getting, but it seems to do the trick anyway-- After a distclean, I'm back in business! (though I still can't say for sure at this point whether or not it will finish )
Last edited by kindofblue; 02-10-2007 at 06:29 PM.