[R] unexpected reloc type in dyn.load
gb at stat.umu.se
Tue Nov 21 09:52:30 CET 2000
On 20 Nov 2000, Peter Dalgaard BSA wrote:
> Tom Wainwright <thomas.wainwright at noaa.gov> writes:
> > Has anyone else experienced this or can anyone suggest a workaround (short
> > of installing another compiler)?
> We've more or less decided not to support the gcc 2.96 that never
> should have shipped with RH7.0, so I'm afraid the workaround *is*
> another compiler.
> There are two options of which one might not work, and the other might
> not work either (although it should have a better chance):
> (1) Install gcc 2.95.2. This is known good compiler-wise (I run it on
> RH 6.2), unless they also happened to break glibc... Compiling gcc
> from source is not all that painful, and if you install into
> /usr/local (the default) it is also fairly easy to get rid of at a
> later stage.
> (2) The rawhide distributions contain updated versions gcc 2.96, fixing
> some of its bugs. That might be easier to install for you, but
> nobody knows whether the bugs fixed are the relevant ones...
> If any of this works, please let us know (and please try 'make
> check'). We're anticipating a minor flood of queries re. this RedHat
> BTW: Martyn's RPM for RH7.0 is compiled with gcc 2.95.2. There's an
> off chance that installing that would allow the library to work if
> built with the system compilers.
I compiled gcc-2.95.2 following Martyn's hints, and it went very smoothly
and all checks building R passed. See the ReadMe file in
where you also find the necessary patches. The gcc distribution itself
can be found starting at http://gcc.gnu.org. Remember then to put
/usr/local/bin before /usr/bin in your PATH! If you followed the
default installation path. Once again, it was very simple.
Göran Broström tel: +46 90 786 5223
professor fax: +46 90 786 6614
Department of Statistics http://www.stat.umu.se/egna/gb/
SE-90187 Umeå, Sweden e-mail: gb at stat.umu.se
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