[Box Backup] Problems doing a new install

Per Thomsen boxbackup at fluffy.co.uk
Tue Dec 13 01:40:17 GMT 2005

On 12/12/05 2:26 PM, Martin Ebourne wrote:
> On Mon, 2005-12-12 at 21:58 +0000, Ben Summers wrote:
>> On 12 Dec 2005, at 21:48, Remco Poelstra wrote:
>>> Hi,
>>> I've a new server, on which I'm trying to install boxbackup.
>>> I've compiled it on a Fedora Core 4 machine (the client) and the  
>>> server is Debian sarge. Now bbstoreaccounts is complaining about  
>>> the stdc++ lib not being (compiled with) the right version. This  
>>> could very well be, given the fact that I used a parcel to install  
>>> boxbackup.
>>> Is it possible to compile a static version so I won't have that  
>>> problem? I can't compile it on my server, because there is no  
>>> compiler installed on it....
>> You can add extra options to the compile and link lines with  
>> arguments to ./configure, for example,
>> 	./configure compile:-I/usr/local/include link:-L/usr/local/lib
>> So, just work out what options are needed to do what you want, and  
>> include them.
> You can try -static, but it needs to appear in the link line before
> -lstdc++ (which I think is done automatically by the compiler and is
> therefore at the end).
> Alternatively use dpkg to work out package versions you have for
> libstdc++ and make them the same.
Not sure if your problem is on the FC4 or Debian box. I found that on 
FC4 I had to install the 'compat-libstdc++-33' package on FC4 to get 
another package (forget which) to build... Or if the problem is the 
reverse, you might need libstdc++ 4.0 on the Debian box.


> Cheers,
> Martin.
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