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Re: Known segmentation fault with new build

From: Alexander Barth
Subject: Re: Known segmentation fault with new build
Date: Mon, 10 Jul 2006 16:26:41 -0400
User-agent: Thunderbird (X11/20060501)

It seems that you have the experimental installed. Perhaps some part of the octave use the (stable) and some use the experimental library. You can try to remove the experimental library with:

rpm -e libstdc++so7

and recompile octave. Since you are new to Linux, you find it probably easier to install the pre-compiled octave package included in Fedora extras:

yum install octave

Fedora includes currently octave version 2.9.5.


Bob Fletcher wrote:

I am trying to learn both Linux and Octave and experienced a problem
building Octave-2.9.6.

I am using Fedora Core 5 with gcc ver 4.1.1. The program compiled but
exited with a segmentation fault on the third test of 'make check'.
Your README.Linux file said this probably indicates incompatible
versions of libc, libstdc++ or the dynamic loader

Running 'ldconfig -v' gives the following applicable entries:


Presumably is the same as your in README.Linux.
I am suspicious of the libstdc++ entries, since their mod date is only
one day apart, but I really have no idea what this means.

My currently installed applicable packages are:
and apparently this is the latest libstdc++ package available.

I apologize in advance if this has already been discussed at length
somewhere, but I can't find it. Any suggestions would be appreciated.


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