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We recently updated the server (server is a big word, it's really just a desktop with Ubuntu that we access with ssh) on which we compile our code. Since the update my code won't compile. The linker is complaining about missing references from almost all .so that I'm linking from. It... (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: philippevk
2. OS X (Apple)
I'm trying to get Valgrind to work with an openmpi application in OS X. However I want to hardcode the path to a shared library called libmpiwrap-amd64-darwin.so into my application so that it is available at runtime. In Linux this is relatively simple, I would just add the option... (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: Valgrinder
I have one C program which contains a function call.
I have been given some .so and .h files.
I want to know how to compile and link the c program with .so files.
I tried following:
$ gcc My_program.c libCommon.so
My_program.c: In function āmainā:
My_program.c:11: warning: parameter names... (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: junaid.nehvi
I am trying to set up the gnu multiple precision arithmetic library for some c++ programming I have to do.
I am using a system with mac osx 10.6.3 and do NOT have root user access.
I'm trying to use gmp 5.0.1.
Since I don't have root user access, I had to install to a different directory
Thus... (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: bluejayek
I have one library(libfoo.a) that is folder /home/xyz and my c program is in /home/xyz/cprog. Whenever I issue cc command
cc -o test test.c -lfoo , i get the error /usr/bin/ld: cannot find -lfoo.
echo $PATH has already listing of /home/xyz variable, even LIBPATH also has same entry... (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: rishisoft1
I use Solaris 10, compiling with a custom g++ (3.4.6) and GNU binutils (2.17). Things have gone well on two different systems, but when I tried moving to a third, it all fell over. Basically, it is now using the CC linker, but I need to use options not available to it. I believe I have found the... (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: Elric of Grans
Is the code compiled under Visual Age C++ Broker (a third party library) - can be used to link against a code compiled from gcc compiler.
I have a problem in building xerces in AIX
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Discussion started by: Parthasarathy
8. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
Getting the following error ,
ld: /opt/syncsort39/lib/libsyncsort.sl: Mismatched ABI. 64-bit PA shared library found in 32-bit link.
Is there any difference in the ld options in opt file while linking a 64 bit shared library ? Or is the problem because we are trying to link both 32 bit and 64... (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: arunkumar_mca
hi all !
Do I need all the shared objects to be present while compiling my code which has reference to a only one shared object, which in turn refers to another shared object.
for example I want to compile example.c which refers to sample.so
sample.so has refrence to anothersample.so
do... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: disclaimer
I'm runtime linking (dlopen and dlsym) to a shared object (library) I've created and after a number of function calls into the library the program core dumps (Illegal operation). This only occurs during runtime linking. If I use the same library and dynamically link during compile time everything... (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: dneely