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howto:compiling_gcc [2012/09/17 14:06]
adymond [GDB : the GNU debugger (optional)]
howto:compiling_gcc [2012/11/08 10:20] (current)
adymond [Compiling GCC 4.7.1 from Source]
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 Note on the lib folder naming conventions,​ the standard in 2012 is to have Note on the lib folder naming conventions,​ the standard in 2012 is to have
-libraries 64 bit by default, and some 32 bit libraries as well. So on Ubuntu +libraries 64 bit by default, and some 32 bit libraries as well. In Ubuntu 
-12.04, the following library folder name convention is used+12.04 for example, the following library folder name convention is used
   /​usr/​lib  ​  /​usr/​lib32   /​usr/​lib  ​  /​usr/​lib32
  
 However, on the login node which is little older, its the other way round. The However, on the login node which is little older, its the other way round. The
-lib folder refers to 32 libraries by default, while the lib64 is for 64 bit +lib folder refers to 32 bit libraries by default, while the lib64 is for 64 bit 
-folders. ie its has the following naming convention+libraries. ie its the chpc nodes have the following naming convention
   /​usr/​lib64  ​  /​usr/​lib   /​usr/​lib64  ​  /​usr/​lib
  
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