I get an error while compiling because libpscrt.so.1 is missing, but I can find it in the lib64 directory. What is the problem?
Very often, unbalanced parentheses in an expression are syntax errors. SyntaxError: Unexpected reserved word ‘await’ in most languages, trying to use a variable with an alphanumeric name (mixed letters and numbers) but with a digit as the first character of the name is a syntax error. Don’t make the mistake of assuming that after you’ve eliminated all syntax errors so that your program compiles cleanly, your program will now work. It is necessary to fix syntax errors, but this is hardly enough to demonstrate that your program works and you need to check everything carefully.
The PathScale compilers require the 32-bit version of this library. Make sure this is in your library search path. This is covered in the PathScale Compiler Suite and Subscription Manager Install Guide, Section “Using Shared Libraries”. If you are installing a non-root tar file, you must configure the dynamic linker by hand. There are two ways to do this, depending on whether or not you have root privileges. If you do not have root privileges, (using a bash shell) type the following: $ export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=
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