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Old 10-29-2003, 08:53 AM   #1
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Unhappy having toolchain trouble (gcc/ld/glibc)


I have trouble with setting up a working toolchain on my system.
I compiled gcc/ld and glibc on the same pc, but in a non-standard dir (/xyz)

Now, if I use command line options to tell ld/gcc to use the libdir /lib instead of /xyz/lib, everything works and compiles fine. But when I try to use ldconfig to change this behavior PERMANENTLY, it doesn't work.
Threre is no ldconfig error message. It simply quits and doesn't work. (strange?!? )

Does anyone know how to set up ldconfig/ld/gcc/glibc to use the dir /lib instead of /xyz/lib????

Old 10-29-2003, 06:21 PM   #2
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"how to set up ldconfig/ld/gcc/glibc to use the dir /lib instead of /xyz/lib????"

Try making /xyz/lib a symbolic link to /lib.

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