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Re: Known segmentation fault with new build

From: Quentin Spencer
Subject: Re: Known segmentation fault with new build
Date: Mon, 10 Jul 2006 16:01:43 -0500
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Alexander Barth wrote:
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:
Yes, I think there's some library conflict going on here, because I just tried make check on Fedora Core 5 with no segfault (though it did fail a couple of other tests).

yum install octave

Fedora includes currently octave version 2.9.5.

and I hope to release a 2.9.6 version soon.


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