CptSupermrkt

New York, United States

Age: 29

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revised Python LDAP module --- must I always run "whoami_s()" to successfully authenticate?
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comment Why is this Python package trying to use a non-existent gcc?
Right, I'm running this as root directly, not issuing a sudo command.
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comment Why is this Python package trying to use a non-existent gcc?
distutils.sysconfig seems to indicate that it should respect the CC environmental variable :/
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comment Why is this Python package trying to use a non-existent gcc?
setup.py contents here: github.com/dlitz/pycrypto/blob/master/setup.py No direct reference to gcc. But "build" is part of "distutils" so maybe @jmunsch is in the right direction.
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comment Why do some files of working packages return "not found" for some libraries of ldd's output?
Amazing. Thank you. We recently had an issue where a user discovered a legitimately broken package and brought it to our attention by showing with ldd that it was linking to non-existent files. The user was correct (it was relying on an undeclared dependency that no longer existed). So then I thought, "okay, so this doesn't happen again, I'm going to run ldd on everything after each system update, and anything that's 'not found' will show us where problems are." I see now, it's not that simple :)
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