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Date:      Thu, 7 Nov 2013 18:24:36 +0100
From:      lolox <>
To:        Liste FreeBSD <>
Subject:   libmap.conf
Message-ID:  <>

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I switched to gcc4.6 recently, and I encountered a problem while
updating the cmake port:
/usr/lib/ version GLIBCXX_3.4.11 required
by /usr/ports/devel/cmake/work/cmake-2.8.12/Bootstrap.cmk/cmake not

Before that, I followed a guide explaining what to do when updating gcc
that said to put at least: gcc46/
in /etc/libmap.conf

But obviously, that didn't helped.
A 'locate' gives me this: 

I tried to rename /usr/lib/ just to try if it changed
anything, and, surprise! That WORKED!

So, my question is:
Isn't libmap.conf supposed to do the trick without doing this horrible

Did I miss anything?

Thanks in advance.


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