libstdc++.a ( issue on AIX 5.2

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# 1  
Old 02-27-2008
libstdc++.a ( issue on AIX 5.2

hello everybody i am new on the AIX environment and i have faced an issue while running pstill it can't find ibstdc++.a ( although i have the latest GCC and libstdc 4.0.0 i guess.

So to resolve the problem i have got an old versions that i want to install on AIX:


but when trying to rpm these packages it didn't work cause i have a newer version i have tried to uninstall my new version trough SMIT still it can not uninstall the gcc ++ 4.0.0 is still there So please.

- how can i uninstall the new GCC and install the old one ?
- is there any special manipulation ? cause smit don't work Smilie

# 2  
Old 02-27-2008

ok now i have installed the old version but still it's the same what's the hell with this libstdc++.a ( ... Smilie why is it missing what should i do !!!
# 3  
Old 02-28-2008
Try to find the lib file (find / -name 'libstdc++*'), if it already exsists, add the path to the LIBPATH variable (export LIBPATH=$LIBPATH:/path/to/lib).
# 4  
Old 02-28-2008
alrady done !

first i want to thank you but still the problem exactly is that tha archive
libstdc++.a dosn't contain

libstdc++.a is already existing and well installed and the LIBPATH is correctly set but as i ve said it dos not contain i ve tryed:
find / -name no result Smilie
# 5  
Old 02-28-2008
yes, but what about this?
find / -name 'libstdc++*'

# 6  
Old 02-28-2008

it finds:


so and i need where can i find this plz i have installed the leates libstd,libstdc++,libstdc++devl,gcc and gcc++ pkg
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