ADL: problem in installing autodock
nicolas.sapay at cermav.cnrs.fr
Tue Jun 16 08:14:23 PDT 2009
Your problem sounds like a compatibility issue, although I only have a
poor experience in compiling autodock. Actually, I had a similar error
with Fedora 9 64 bits. IIRC, I have installed some compatibility libraries :
yum list compat*
yum install compat-libstc++-...
Then, I have installed GCC3
yum list gcc3*
yum install gcc3...
Finally, I have compiled autodock/grid from the source. You may also
simply check where the C++ libraries are located:
find / -name libstdc++.so.6
And force your shell to load the directory where they are located:
However, it is not recomanded to mess up to much with LD_LIBRARY_PATH,
especially as a superuser.
mess20 a écrit :
> Hi everybody,
> i am trying to install autodock4 on my linux cluster but I keep getting
> error while loading shared libraries: libstdc++.so.6: cannot open shared
> object file: No such file or directory
> it seemed to me that there is a missing library in my system, can i sort
> this out?
> any help would be appreciated!
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