simonmar at microsoft.com
Mon Aug 1 08:00:08 EDT 2005
On 30 July 2005 12:58, Dieter wrote:
> I'm using Linux 9.3 on a PC with a 64-architecture.
> I'd like to install GHC and thought the easiest way would be to take
> an appropriate rpm-file.So I downloaded an rpm file, it was said to
> running with SUSE 9.2 without problems.
> But when starting rpm -i ghc.-6.4-1.i386.rpm I got the message:
> error: Failed dependencies:
> libgmp.so.3 is needed by ghc-6.4-1
> But it is installed on my systems. I downloaded it again and
> installed it again and copied it (3 files: - the symlink libgmp.so,
> the symlink libgmp.so.3 and the file the libgmp.so.3.3.3) into
> several lib directories. NO SUCCESS
> What is wrong?
> Has anyone an idea?
Are you running an x86_64 OS, or just a plain i386 one?
If you're running x86_64, then perhaps you only have the 64-bit version
of libgmp installed?
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