Fix error /usr/lib64/ adding symobls:DSO missing from command line

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dso missing from command lineDSO missing from command line and error adding symbols Fix error /usr/lib64/

While we are migrating our code from commonly we are getting such kind of library error.

Today while I am migrating code at redhat7, we are facing this issue let me explain why this error occurs and how to resolve this.

Step 1 find the path of files in the system and check the library

> ldd /usr/lib64/ =>(Address)

Find this library in (/usr/local/lib64, /usr/lib64) directory. Hopefully, it will be available in any of these paths.

To fix this issue we should add the below line in our Makefile or command line parameters:-

-L/usr/lib64 -lstdc++

Another option is we can use g++ instead of gcc. This will automatically link stdc++ without specifying it explicitly.

Library for gcc and g++ are different, so whenever use invokes the g++ library in gcc above error occur.

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