GCC 3 success story

Nils Radtke Nils.Radtke at Think-Future.de
Thu Mar 28 03:44:33 PST 2002

# Me too. One hint for users with more than one partition: If you have /usr
# on a partition of its own, you should copy /usr/lib/libgcc_s.so.1 to /lib
# and make a symlink /lib/libgcc_s.so pointing to it. Otherwise your system
# will not boot (init will fail because it doesn't find this lib).

Hm, there must be a not yet found correlation with gcc on your system. 
I' running gcc 3.0.4, glibc-2.2.5 with a separate /usr partition and
I've done a default gcc installation. My system boots smoothly :-)
(w/o the link)

One worthy comment is that smbmount troubles these days..
While accessing a mounted SMB-share via i.e. du -skH <share>/* the "du"
hangs, the share cannot be [smb]umounted [-f] neither remounted.. The
samba server itself continues running and serving..

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