[Tutor] problem with matplot

Danny Yoo dyoo at hkn.eecs.berkeley.edu
Tue Sep 20 18:58:36 CEST 2005

> >Check with the Debian folks about this one; the problem you're running
> >into looks really specific to the way Debian has packaged libstdc++6.
> >This topic isn't really one that folks on Tutor will necessarily have
> >competence in.  Instead, try the debian-python mailing list:
> >
> >    http://lists.debian.org/debian-python/
> >
> thanks for the links, i will dig some more, i know this isnt really a
> python issue, but i thought that since debian is popular, matplot is
> most peoples recommendation for graphing, and it is for python.......

True, but let's try to maintain the topical "Learn to program"  nature of
the mailing list.  I really want to try to avoid turning Tutor into the
"Help with installing package X on system Y" mailing list.  We'll try to
help out as best we can on such questions, of course, but this is probably
not the best place to ask this.

I guess I'm really trying to say: let's try to keep Tutor from turning
into comp.lang.python.  *grin*

>From the Google searches I've done so far, this problem really doesn't
look specific to Python, but basically to anything that links up with the
libstdc++ library on both Debian and Red Hat systems.  It's not exclusive
to Python, and since it's so far reaching, I have to assume that it's the
particular Linux distribution's faul... er, responsibility.

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