Probably need to reinstall GCC

brown wrap gramos at yahoo.com
Mon Mar 1 13:19:38 PST 2010



> Mike, I have done some research on this problem and its due
> to a package 
> using a define that is not supposed to be used.  To
> check if string.h is 
> really the problem, you only need to do:
> 
> cat > t.c << "EOF"
> #include <string.h>
> int main(){}
> EOF
> 
> gcc -o t t.c
> 
> If that compiles, the problem is not string.h.


I would be interested in what you found. I am just wondering if I installed something that overwrote something I didn't intend to. The only packages I have ininstalled were the ones in LFS and packages from BLFS:

dhcpd
sshd
openldap
mysql
tripwire
bind



      



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