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Posted: Mar 29 2012, 10:03 PM
Member No.: 333
Joined: 23-June 11
I've been trying to install Sage mathematics open source software on SL 6.2 on a desktop computer (32-bit).
After creating the makefile and running "make" , I got some warnings but the general shell of the program seems to have installed. However, whenever I actually run
in the installation directory, the program starts and I get a number of error messages about packages not importinging correctly.
In particular, this message shows up.
The gcc software that's standard on my SL6.2 install is version 4.4.5
Upon googling, I found that the missing version file comes standard with gcc 4.6.3
I've done a build from source of this newer version of gcc 4.6.3. My question is how do I get the Sage mathematics Makefile to use this alternate version of gcc to build. I've heard that this will work if I can get Sage to use the right version of gcc.
Alternately, is there a way I can change or upgrade my version of gcc that is more standard/common to SL 6.2? That way I wouldn't have to mess with the makefiles.
Posted: Apr 2 2012, 12:04 PM
Member No.: 54
Joined: 14-April 11
There is gcc 4.4.6-3 in the 6.2 repos but for some reason I can't get yum-changelog to work right here so I can't check the change log for a fix to the issue you are seeing.
Anyway might be worth a try.
Hope this helps