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I have a Node module that seems to have a dependency on libstdc++6 (nodegit) but the box (Web516) doesn't seem to have it. It looks, from the docs here, that the only way to install such a thing is from source. Is that right? I can find .deb/.rpm packages for it, but haven't had any luck finding the source (the closest I can find is a GCC collection, i.e. more than just C++, which would be okay I guess but probably bigger than necessary).

asked 13 Jun '17, 23:36

thayes
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libstdc++ is part of gcc. gcc -v 4.8.5 is installed on all of our CentOS 7 servers, and libstdc++ 4.8.5 is included.

I just tested an install of nodegit and found that it needs libstdc++ 4.9 or newer.

There's a GCC 5.4 build procedure here, which should get you the libs you need: Installing GCC 5.4

Hope that helps!

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answered 14 Jun '17, 18:38

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