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I'm trying to get GCC 4.5.2 to work on Slackware 13.37. I have been trying to figure out what I can do and I have not found a solution. From ...
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    LibMPC.so.2 Location?


    I'm trying to get GCC 4.5.2 to work on Slackware 13.37. I have been trying to figure out what I can do and I have not found a solution. From what I have read, I have deduced that I need to fix the ld_library_path to point cc1 to where libmpc.so.2 is, but I do not know where to find it.

    Does any one know where I can find it?

    Thanks
    -Jeremy

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    Typically, it should be in /usr/bin.
    Just to be sure, though:
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    locate libmpc.so.2
    Come to think of it, that version of gcc should already be installed in Slack 13.37.
    When doing the install, did you make sure to include the development packages?
    If not, how are you going about installing gcc now? There is a SlackBuild available for version 4.5.3.
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    There it is! Thank you

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