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January 14, 2012
GCC depen issue on linux
Installing D on linux giving strange library dependency issue.  Looking on  
the
net haven't found any article that addresses this directly.  Most similar
issues are with installing the Android emulator [!].

When I attempt to compile a sample D program I get the following.  Anyone  
seen
this before?

> dmd hello.d

dmd: /lib/i686/cmov/libc.so.6: version `GLIBC_2.11' not found (required by  
dmd)

attached is the output of ldd

Thanks
January 14, 2012
Re: GCC depen issue on linux
On Saturday, 14 January 2012 at 16:43:53 UTC, mumin wrote:
> Installing D on linux giving strange library dependency issue.  
> Looking on  the
> net haven't found any article that addresses this directly.  
> Most similar
> issues are with installing the Android emulator [!].
>
> When I attempt to compile a sample D program I get the 
> following.  Anyone  seen
> this before?
>
>> dmd hello.d
>
> dmd: /lib/i686/cmov/libc.so.6: version `GLIBC_2.11' not found 
> (required by  dmd)
>
> attached is the output of ldd
>
> Thanks

Well it seems you don't have the correct version of glibc. I'm 
wondering if this is related to having 32bit dmd installed on a 
64bit system, or something else. What kind of system are you 
running? OS version...?
January 14, 2012
Re: GCC depen issue on linux
On Sat, 14 Jan 2012 13:35:39 -0500, Jesse Phillips  
<jessekphillips+D@gmail.com> wrote:

> On Saturday, 14 January 2012 at 16:43:53 UTC, mumin wrote:
>> Installing D on linux giving strange library dependency issue.  Looking  
>> on  the
>> net haven't found any article that addresses this directly.  Most  
>> similar
>> issues are with installing the Android emulator [!].
>>
>> When I attempt to compile a sample D program I get the following.   
>> Anyone  seen
>> this before?
>>
>>> dmd hello.d
>>
>> dmd: /lib/i686/cmov/libc.so.6: version `GLIBC_2.11' not found (required  
>> by  dmd)
>>
>> attached is the output of ldd
>>
>> Thanks
>
> Well it seems you don't have the correct version of glibc. I'm wondering  
> if this is related to having 32bit dmd installed on a 64bit system, or  
> something else. What kind of system are you running? OS version...?

It is a debian based Linux version.  It is 32 bit, but it isn't one of the  
big distros.
I run eLive which is an Enlightenment-based wm system on top of debian.

http://www.elivecd.org/

I double-checked that I don't have problems with simplistic C or C++  
compilations.

Other places on the 'Net there are people who get around such problems by  
making soft links, but I'm
very hestitant to do something like that without knowing why this is  
happening.


I was hoping someone had seen this type of thing before.
January 14, 2012
Re: GCC depen issue on linux
It seems like you have installed a precompiled version of dmd. Can you
post eactly the source where you've downloaded it?

dmd seems to require version _2.11_ of glibc. there are a lot of
versions installed on your system. 2.0,2.1,2.3,... But not the one dmd
requires.

In order to solve the problem, I would suggest you to download dmd
sources and compile them.
January 14, 2012
Re: GCC depen issue on linux
"mta`chrono" <chrono@mta-international.net> wrote in message 
news:jesv45$1elt$1@digitalmars.com...
> It seems like you have installed a precompiled version of dmd. Can you
> post eactly the source where you've downloaded it?
>
> dmd seems to require version _2.11_ of glibc. there are a lot of
> versions installed on your system. 2.0,2.1,2.3,... But not the one dmd
> requires.
>
> In order to solve the problem, I would suggest you to download dmd
> sources and compile them.
>

DMD's sources are already in the prepackaged zip release. Building it can be 
a little complicated if you don't already know how, but it's easy if you 
install the latest version of DVM:

https://bitbucket.org/doob/dvm

Then, downloading and recompiling DMD is as simple as:

$dvm fetch 2.057
$unzip dmd.2.057.zip
$dvm compile ./dmd2

BTW, that reminds me: Jacob, I think we need to update the code that detects 
the latest version of DMD (asap). Compiling the git sources with DVM relies 
on it (but not compiling the packages releases), and for awhile I thought 
ftp.digitalmars.com was just going down, but I think now the download page's 
move to d-p-l.org has just simply broken the "latest DMD"-detection.
January 15, 2012
Re: GCC depen issue on linux
On Sat, 14 Jan 2012 17:20:51 -0500, mta`chrono  
<chrono@mta-international.net> wrote:

> It seems like you have installed a precompiled version of dmd. Can you
> post eactly the source where you've downloaded it?
>
> dmd seems to require version _2.11_ of glibc. there are a lot of
> versions installed on your system. 2.0,2.1,2.3,... But not the one dmd
> requires.
>
> In order to solve the problem, I would suggest you to download dmd
> sources and compile them.
>


Compiling the latest from source didn't work either.  The dmd compilation  
worked, but the attempt to
compile the libraries didn't work.  Still the issue with GLIBC_2.11.

I'm good, though.  I'm doing a POC with D and I decided to do that work  
with 1.0.  I pulled the
dmd from Tango and that _is_ working.

I'm good for now.  When I retun to 2.0 there might be a new build.
January 15, 2012
Re: GCC depen issue on linux
On 2012-01-14 23:39, Nick Sabalausky wrote:
> "mta`chrono"<chrono@mta-international.net>  wrote in message
> news:jesv45$1elt$1@digitalmars.com...
>> It seems like you have installed a precompiled version of dmd. Can you
>> post eactly the source where you've downloaded it?
>>
>> dmd seems to require version _2.11_ of glibc. there are a lot of
>> versions installed on your system. 2.0,2.1,2.3,... But not the one dmd
>> requires.
>>
>> In order to solve the problem, I would suggest you to download dmd
>> sources and compile them.
>>
>
> DMD's sources are already in the prepackaged zip release. Building it can be
> a little complicated if you don't already know how, but it's easy if you
> install the latest version of DVM:
>
> https://bitbucket.org/doob/dvm
>
> Then, downloading and recompiling DMD is as simple as:
>
> $dvm fetch 2.057
> $unzip dmd.2.057.zip
> $dvm compile ./dmd2
>
> BTW, that reminds me: Jacob, I think we need to update the code that detects
> the latest version of DMD (asap). Compiling the git sources with DVM relies
> on it (but not compiling the packages releases), and for awhile I thought
> ftp.digitalmars.com was just going down, but I think now the download page's
> move to d-p-l.org has just simply broken the "latest DMD"-detection.

http://www.digitalmars.com/d/download.html still works fine. The problem 
is that the link for dmd.2.057.zip now points to github instead of 
ftp.digitalmars.com and dvm fails to detect the link then. It's already 
been fixed and I've uploaded precompiled binaries. I didn't do a new 
release (don't know if that was good or not), I was hoping not too many 
people had downloaded it yet. I discovered it basically just after the 
release. I think only one or two people had downloaded the tool before I 
uploaded the fix.

https://bitbucket.org/doob/dvm/changeset/40f17ea46d0f

-- 
/Jacob Carlborg
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