Problems with GCC and missing shared library...

Problems with GCC and missing shared library...

Post by Don E. Richards-Boe » Fri, 19 Jan 1996 04:00:00

I'm having a problem with gcc after a supposed upgrade from 2.6.3 -->
2.7.0.  The following error is received anytime I try to execute gcc
(which makes the system pretty useless... good ol' winNT to the rescue):

unable to load shared library

Well, I've DL'd the whole 2.7.2 distribution, downloaded libc1.9 and
reinstalled 2.6.3, 2.7.0 among other things all to no avail.  Please,
any help would be appreciated.  No kernel compilations, no programming,
no Linux.




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