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Re: FW: ../src/ undefined reference to `__cxa_guard_acqu

From: Alessandro Brezzi
Subject: Re: FW: ../src/ undefined reference to `__cxa_guard_acquire'
Date: Wed, 23 May 2007 10:33:08 +0200

Hi Letizia

2007/5/23, David Bateman <address@hidden>:
Letizia MAZZURCO wrote:
> Hi David,
> My machine is a Red Hat Enterprise Linux WS release 3 (Taroon Update 5) :
> address@hidden suitesparse]# uname -a
> Linux CTNLS074 2.4.21-32.ELsmp #1 SMP Fri Apr 15 21:17:59 EDT 2005 i686 i686
> i386 GNU/Linux
> Can I install a pre-built Octave 2.9 (Fedora or debian) on this system ?
> If yes ....where I can download it ?
> Thanks a lot.
> Regards,
> Letizia M.
I'm not really sure as I'm not a packager. Perhaps the fedora rpms can
be installed. Even if they can't the Fedora SRPMS could be rebuilt for
Redhat... Maybe you should ask your sysadmin..


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as David as suggested to you, download the Source RPM (SRPM) install it whit
rpm -ihv <source.rpm>
as root. You find in the /usr/src/redhat/SPECS the octave.spec (not shure about the name) and in that directory do a
rpmbuild -bb octave.spec
This should do the job, as long as the compiler version (gcc ...) in your workstation is ok, and all the dependency in the package are satisfied. In the build process you need some -devel.rpm. 
Sorry if I can't be more specific, but I'm at work and no Linux at hand, also I've never tried to build myself octave. 

Ps: David, sorry for having sent to you the message: I tend to forgot to do a "Reply to all"

Alessandro Brezzi

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