Thanks, Tom! See my comments in context below:
On Fri, May 16, 2014 at 9:05 AM, Tom R. [email protected] wrote:
Wait, why do you have a lib64 on an Ubuntu machine? But, we do check in
lib64, so that shouldn’t be the problem.
I don’t know, but I do have ia32-libs installed on all of my nodes. It
been necessary in the past for one of our binaries, but may no longer be
However, package management is not one of ZeroC’s strong suits, as Philip
and I can attest to with the OE recipe work… And finding the libraries is
a pain as well.
Do you have /usr/include/Ice*? And specifically,
/usr/include/IceUtil/Config.h. We use that to test if the Ice dev files are
there, and if so, extract the version number from it.
I do have those directories and the specific file you mentioned.
Things seem to be completely different for Ice 3.4 and Ice 3.5 and on
different versions of Ubuntu as well as other distros. It’s kind of a mess.
Can you get the CMake output for me? For the latest Ice 3.5 cmake script,
there’s a lot more output info to see what’s happening.
Sure. I assume you mean for gnuradio and no Ice.