----- "David Baron" wrote:
> It is there, in /lib
what is the filename?
if it does not end with .so then gcc (ld) won't link.
On my system, I have a file libgcc_s.so (nothing behind .so)
pointing to /lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libgcc_s.so.1
your gcc installation is strange. You should have a gcc
directory somewhere in /usr/lib like me with libgcc_s.so
in it. Try "find -name "libgcc_s*" in /usr/lib. It shoud
As a quick and dirty fix you can do: ln -s ligcc_s.so.XXX libgcc_s.so
in /lib as root, since you have libgcc_s.so in /lib
(assuming it's ending with something in the XXX, if it ends
by .so I don't know what's going on, maybe wrong filetype,
like a 32b file on a 64b host or something? try "file libgcc_s.so"
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