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Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] mblock linking error

From: Eric Blossom
Subject: Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] mblock linking error
Date: Mon, 5 Mar 2007 15:10:58 -0800
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On Mon, Mar 05, 2007 at 02:53:04PM -0800, Roshan Baliga wrote:
> Johnathan Corgan wrote:
> >Robert McGwier wrote:
> >
> >>This problem is understood.   There is a change in libtool in the 
> >>Debian/Ubuntu community.  I believed this was fixed here by finding
> >>out some shell changes but it is not.
> >
> >Just FYI, my main development machine is Ubuntu 6.10.  I have never had
> >this issue with libtool/rpath that you describe.  I have the default
> >build installed which does indeed have the /bin/sh -> /bin/dash symlink.
> >So there is something else going on here.
> I'm running Ubuntu 6.06, and /bin/sh links to /bin/bash, not dash.
> >>If you cannot build mblock,   you need to install pmt,  which alway 
> >>builds first.  Go into the pmt directory and make install or sudo
> >>make install depending on your situation.
> >
> >In this particular case, I believe that the specific mblock build
> >failure that was seen was a problem with the Makefile.am that was fixed
> >on the trunk yesterday evening.  I'm still waiting confirmation of a fix
> >or not.
> The updated Makefile didn't fix the problem. I'm now using the 4717 
> revision. Doing:
> make distclean
> ./bootstrap
> ./configure
> make
> fails in the 'boost' section of mblock, while doing the same thing but 
> compiling pmt first results in a failure in the omnithread section of 
> mblock (as Josh Blum saw).
> -Roshan
> >>There are a couple of really aggravating things in Ubuntu 6.1 (maybe 
> >>earlier) and libtool and link of sh to dash are at the top of my
> >>list. I could not understand what in the world was going on with
> >>these shells which had
> >
> >Again, there must be something else going on as neither of these are a
> >problem for me.

Try this work around for Ubuntu brokenness:

  Add /usr/local/lib to /etc/ld.so.conf then run
  # ldconfig


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