From: QJos=E9_R=2E_Sabino=22?= (jrsabino_at_if.sc.usp.br)
Date: Wed Apr 04 2007 - 17:03:52 CDT
If you are using mandriva, for example, using a terminal, type:
the urpmi program will download and install the missing package. If you
are using other OS, you will have to locate the RPM file, or whatever is
the package for your OS, and install it by hand. In a Red Hat flavor you
do it using the rpm program.
hope it helps,
Stern, Julie wrote:
> I'm trying to install NAMD 2.6. I get the error:
>error while loading shared libraries: libstdc++.so.5: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
> I'm on a linux cluster of pentium 4's. Does anyone know how to solve this problem?
>Can I simply make a symbolic link from libstdc++.so.6 to libstdc++.so.5 or is that
>incompatible? Do I have to install older versions of gcc just to get libstdc++.so.5? The
>installation of gcc does not seem trivial. Is there something I need to do to have NAMD
>accommodate which version of gcc I do have? Can I simply port libstdc++.so.5 over
>from another machine which is also a linux box, is it dependent on anything?
>Thanks for help and advice.
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