I had a similar problem with my new MacBook Pro but I haven't had the time to look into it further.
I use MacPort and I ended up deleting everything from MacPort before re-installing everything. As for deleting Perl from /usr/bin that is a VERY BAD IDEA. That came as part of the Apple OS so it's used by Apple for software install and upgrades. Never ever delete anything installed by Apple. Mel On Wed, Jun 8, 2011 at 9:31 AM, John Delacour <j...@bd8.com> wrote: > At 16:02 +0200 08/06/2011, Marek Stepanek wrote: > > > ...So, gcc seems to be al right. Is it possible, that the migration >> assistant has mixed up, 32bit compiled modules with 64bit? Or is there a >> confusion with the Perl of Fink? Here my Perl: >> >> >> Built under darwin >> Compiled at Jan 26 2010 17:48:54 >> %ENV: >> PERL5LIB="/sw/lib/perl5:/sw/**lib/perl5/darwin" >> @INC: >> /sw/lib/perl5/5.10.0/darwin-**thread-multi-2level >> /sw/lib/perl5/5.10.0 ... >> > > I think you're going to have trouble until you get rid of everything Fink > has installed and everything it's changed in /usr/bin. > > If I were you I'd probably delete /usr/bin/perl and replace it with a link > but I'd wait for others to give you more experienced advice. > > I would also install the latest Xcode. > > Note that gcc -v will give you gcc-4.0 and not gcc-4.2 unless you have > replaced Apple's original link, so maybe Fink did that too. > > JD >