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    Default Moving binaries developed on Suse 9.3 to Suse 10.1

    I am workng at a gov't installation that is developing 32-bit apps on Suse 9.3 using the gcc 3.3.x compiler/libraries. They now want to take these 32-bit binaries and run them on a Suse 10 SP1 OS which is running on a 64-bit processor which has the associated gcc 4.1.x libraries installed.(Not the way I would do it, but what the hey.) I am wondering which of the libstdc++ compatibility libraries need to be installed to successfully achieve this. I see this "libstdc++33-32bit-3.3.3-46.1.x86_64.rpm", is this the correct one?

    Thanks in advance for your help.

    Rick
    Last edited by rjmoseley; 16-Aug-2009 at 08:56. Reason: misspelling

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    Default Re: Moving binaries developed on Suse 9.3 to Suse 10.1

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    If it works I guess that's the right one. Why you're developing on 9.x,
    then moving to 10.x, when 11.x is out, is beyond me though.

    Good luck.





    rjmoseley wrote:
    > I am workng at a gov't installation that is developing 32-bit apps on
    > Suse 9.3 using the gcc 3.3.x compiler/libraries. They now want to take
    > these 32-bit binaries and run them on a Suse 10 SP1 OS which is running
    > on a 64-bit processor which has the associated gcc 4.1.x libraries
    > installed.(Not the way I would do it, but that the hey.) I am wondering
    > which of the libstdc++ compatibility libraries need to be installed to
    > successfully achieve this. I see this
    > "libstdc++33-32bit-3.3.3-46.1.x86_64.rpm", is this the correct one?
    >
    > Thanks in advance for your help.
    >
    > Rick
    >
    >

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    Default Re: Moving binaries developed on Suse 9.3 to Suse 10.1

    LOL! That's why I prefaced my question with "working at a gov't installation". Things are done that make no sense.

    Looks like trial and error will be my friend.

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    Default Re: Moving binaries developed on Suse 9.3 to Suse 10.1

    Quote Originally Posted by rjmoseley
    LOL! That's why I prefaced my question with "working at a gov't
    installation". Things are done that make no sense.

    Looks like trial and error will be my friend.
    Hi
    If you put the libraries in somewhere like /usr/local/lib(64) and then
    add a reference to the directory in file /etc/ld.so.conf.d called
    <your_app>.conf and then run ldconfig it should sort things out.

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