Probably need to reinstall GCC

brown wrap gramos at
Mon Mar 1 11:34:10 PST 2010

> The safe answer is "everything". More likely is "nothing",
> so
> long as you are rebuilding identically the same version of
> gcc.
> More realistically, I'd try looking at string.h and find
> out
> what happened to it. Without forensic information, it's
> difficult
> to say how to proceed. What is the cause of death?
> Have you tried doing a diff of the file in /usr/include and
> the
> one which comes "fresh" out of the tarball?
> Mike

I really don't know what happened, but Bruce Dubbs and I checked the size and MD5 of /usr/include/string.h and it was ok. At that point I figured something was seriously wrong and probably more than just that one file, so I decided to do a fresh install of glibc and gcc.


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