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From: Mary F. Fernandez <mff@r...>
Subject: [Caml-list] problem compiling 3.07 on RH7.3
I am trying to compile the 3.07 source on:

   Red Hat Linux release 7.3 (Valhalla)
   Kernel 2.4.18-10smp on a 2-processor i686

Configured as follows:

./configure -prefix /home/mff/ocaml-3.07-rh -no-tk

Eventually, I get an error that libgcc_s.so.1 cannot be found:

   ../ocamlcomp.sh -linkall -I ../otherlibs/unix -o ocamldebug -linkall 
../otherlibs/unix/unix.cma ../utils/misc.cmo ../utils/config.cmo 
../utils/tbl.cmo ../utils/clflags.cmo ../utils/consistbl.cmo 
../parsing/longident.cmo ../typing/ident.cmo ../typing/path.cmo 
../typing/types.cmo ../typing/btype.cmo ../typing/primitive.cmo 
../typing/typedtree.cmo ../typing/subst.cmo ../typing/predef.cmo 
../typing/datarepr.cmo ../typing/env.cmo ../typing/oprint.cmo 
../typing/ctype.cmo ../typing/printtyp.cmo ../typing/mtype.cmo 
../bytecomp/runtimedef.cmo ../bytecomp/bytesections.cmo ../bytecomp/dll.cmo 
../bytecomp/symtable.cmo ../bytecomp/opcodes.cmo ../bytecomp/meta.cmo 
../toplevel/genprintval.cmo ../otherlibs/dynlink/dynlink.cmo int64ops.cmo 
primitives.cmo unix_tools.cmo debugger_config.cmo envaux.cmo parameters.cmo 
lexer.cmo input_handling.cmo debugcom.cmo exec.cmo source.cmo checkpoints.cmo 
symbols.cmo events.cmo breakpoints.cmo trap_barrier.cmo history.cmo 
program_loading.cmo printval.cmo show_source.cmo time_travel.cmo 
program_management.cmo frames.cmo eval.cmo show_information.cmo loadprinter.cmo 
parser.cmo command_line.cmo main.cmo
Error on dynamically loaded library: libgcc_s.so.1: cannot open shared object 
file: No such file or directory


This is not my machine nor do I have root access so I'm flying blind.
Does this error message indicate some problem with the RH 7.3 installation
on this machine, i.e., does ocaml depend upon libgcc_s.so.1?  Or could
it be a O'Caml configuration issue?  There is _no_
libgcc*.so of any kind on this machine so I am suspicious.

Thanks,
Mary


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Mary Fernandez, Principal Technical Staff Member
AT&T Labs - Research, 180 Park Ave., Room E277, Florham Park, NJ 07932-0971
phone: 973-360-8679,  fax: 973-360-8187
mff@research.att.com, http://www.research.att.com/~mff


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