I tried to compile the three-d crate but failed.
The error message says that it requires a certain version of GLIBC:
/nix/store/q29bwjibv9gi9n86203s38n0577w09sx-glibc-2.33-117/lib/libc.so.6: version `GLIBC_2.34' not found
(yes, my os is
nixos, which does not have the
fhs by default).
I have tried both the stable and nightly channel toolchains, neither works.
I wonder if I can build the
rust toolchain from the source by using
rustup to solve this problem?
Have you tried installing glibc 2.34? You can make a separate NiX environment (or whatever .nix files represent) to try it out.
I have not tried yet. I notice that glibc has been upgraded to 2.34 in the
nixpkgs main branch. So maybe I can try a few days later.
It doesn't seems like a compile error. Did you run it on the same machine it compiled?
This error appears when I run
cargo build --example fog, so I think it IS a compilation error.
It probably happens when running a build script then. Try
cargo clean and rebuilding. There may be something wrong in the build cache. I tend to get this kind of errors when letting rust-analyzer (which runs
cargo check and thus builds build scripts) run in the vscode flatpak which has a newer glibc than my host system and then trying to build on the host system as cargo wants to rerun a build script, but it is compiled for the newer glibc version.
cargo clean allows the build script to be recompiled for the older glibc version.
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