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Re: Binary distribution problem ...

From: Jim Van Zandt
Subject: Re: Binary distribution problem ...
Date: Fri, 28 Aug 1998 07:44:17 -0400

 Brown Cribbs -

I have read that there are some differences between Red Hat and Debian
libraries, even when the .so names agree.  I don't remember which
libraries were affected.  You may need to find binaries built on a Red
Hat system.

You might learn something from "strace -o /tmp/logfile -ff octave".

                        - Jim Van Zandt

> Date: Tue, 25 Aug 1998 12:19:01 -0700 (PDT)
> From: "H. Brown Cribbs III" <address@hidden>
> To: address@hidden
> Subject: Binary distribution problem ...
> Hi:
>   I've tried [repeatedly] to install Octave 2.0.13 on my Red Hat Linux
> v4.2 (kernal 2.0.34) machine running the ECGS 1.0.3 compiler suite.  
> I've been able to compile and run octave on another machine with the same
> library revisions, but every binary distribution I've made core dumps on
> any command, even 'help.'  The binary release from the Octave homepage
> core dumps on startup (I never even get the octave prompt).
> I'm pretty sure my libraries are upto date, so I'm at a loss. I've even
> added many directories to /etc/ and reran "ldconfig -v" to see
> if that would help.  Any ideas?
> By upto date on the library front here's the specifics:
>       libstdc++.27.1.4
> I wish I had room to compile on my target system, but that's
> not possible since its VERY limited on disk space.
> Thanks for any and all help in advance,
> Brown Cribbs
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