Hi, im new in crunchbang community. I have to say im really impressed after few hours of using this distro. But i have one big problem with compiling new gcc. Everytime in the end i get message: cannot compute suffix of object files. Could somebody help me with this? This is really frustrating because of the time my laptop needs to compile gcc.
I need to have all c++11 features, and i dont know how to install it in other way.
Runtime for XL C/C++ for Linux, V11.1 last I saw was only available for Linux as an rpm.
Where did you get the source to compile?
..Perhaps you can download the rpm and and use Alien to convert it to a deb ....
However since a compiler is such a base system item I wouldn't feel comfortable to do that......
... Here is my thought..
....... Unless these are really peculiar System features ( and I can't think any as of late)
........ You might be better off using the resident C++ gcc 4.7. Next from your currently development system look at
the source for the objects/classes or whatever it is you think you need and try to utilize them on this system.
After all in C++ and java it is is all about the Classes and functions/Methods within..
Some or Most of what you want may be importable as code which you can utilize in your system..
Just a thought... If someone built these features from C++ code for use by a C++ compiler then ...well you know the rest..
#2 If you continue down the path of attempting the compile look to the LD_LIBRARY_PATH ..and are all .so needed in path..
Based on that I looked around as your problem is of interest to me.. and was curious as to what the compiler wasn't seeing and found this link... take a look here
http://www.linuxquestions.org/questions … es-350753/
Post back if you attempt the above..
Last edited by sqlpython (2012-04-29 05:48:06)
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