I've been running slackware64-current since the beta 1 was announced and I get a lot of build error like this one:
'dlclose@@GLIBC_2.2.5' is defined in DSO /lib64/libdl.so.2 so try adding it to the linker command line
Is It a commun behaviour for a beta release ?
Since It' the first time that I run slackware-current, I'm asking you.
Most of the time (but not all the time...unfortunately) the fix is trivial. I export in the shell or I add the missing library to the Makefile, but It happens so often that It's getting on my nerves actually.
I read in on the mailing list for trinitydesktop that gcc-4.7 broke quite a bit of their code.
Are those linker troubles related to gcc itself ?
If so, I don't mind downgrading gcc, anyhow gcc-4.6.3 is running fine on current.
Is it due to binutils ?
I wonder where the proble lies, because I've been using Slackware fulltime since slackware64-13.0, and I never ran against such impediments before.
Usually compiling programs on Slackware is a play game.