On 13 April 2015 at 16:40, Fred Smith <fredex at fcshome.stoneham.ma.us> wrote: > On Mon, Apr 13, 2015 at 11:37:09AM -0400, Fred Smith wrote: >> Hi all! >> >> Using Centos-7, I'm trying to build a C-language app using >> -fsanitize=address, or -fsanitize=thread. >> >> If I compile (and link) with -fsanitize=address when it tries to link >> it complains of missing libasan.so.x.x.x. Similarly compiling with >> -fsanitize=thread, it complains of a missing libtsan.so.x.x.x. >> >> I can't figure out where one is supposed to find those libraries. they >> don't appear to be part of the GCC packages, and doing yum whatprovides >> */libasan.so or yum whatprovides */libtsan.so turns up nothing. >> >> Clues appreciated, thanks in advance! >> >> Fred > > Oh woe is me. tired, aged, brain, etc. > > the moment I hit send I realized I needed to try: > > yum whatprovides */libasan.so\* instead of */libasan.so. So I did, > and voila, it gives me the answer I needed. > > Sorry 'bout the noise on the list. > > -- > ---- Fred Smith -- Just a friendly comment, this is the wrong mailing-list for such queries. You really should have used the general mailing-list. Alan.