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#12 cygwin build failure - undefined reference

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nobody
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2012-09-14
2004-05-30
Jari Aalto
No

While trying to build package under Cygwin, these
messages appear. Please advice.

mcrypt.o(.text+0x1a41):mcrypt.c: undefined reference
to _copyDate' mcrypt.o(.text+0x1be1):mcrypt.c: undefined reference to_copyDate'
random.o(.text+0x7):random.c: undefined reference to
_init_random' random.o(.text+0x14):random.c: undefined reference to_deinit_random'
random.o(.text+0x178):random.c: undefined reference
to `_gather_random'
collect2: ld returned 1 exit status

Discussion

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    install linux :P cygwin is prone to stuff like that

     
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    I get the same issue. I was able to get around it, it
    appears that the package still has some issues with win32
    and cygwin and having the correct defines.

    I was able to change a few defines here and there to get it
    to build, but then the exe would give me a sig11(segfault)
    so I gave up.

    I hate to say it but for now I will resort to using the
    linux build. I may try another win method later.

     
  • Logged In: NO

    I get the same issue. I was able to get around it, it
    appears that the package still has some issues with win32
    and cygwin and having the correct defines.

    I was able to change a few defines here and there to get it
    to build, but then the exe would give me a sig11(segfault)
    so I gave up.

    I hate to say it but for now I will resort to using the
    linux build. I may try another win method later.

     
  • Logged In: NO

    I get the same issue. I was able to get around it, it
    appears that the package still has some issues with win32
    and cygwin and having the correct defines.

    I was able to change a few defines here and there to get it
    to build, but then the exe would give me a sig11(segfault)
    so I gave up.

    I hate to say it but for now I will resort to using the
    linux build. I may try another win method later.

     
  • Logged In: NO

    I get the same issue. I was able to get around it, it
    appears that the package still has some issues with win32
    and cygwin and having the correct defines.

    I was able to change a few defines here and there to get it
    to build, but then the exe would give me a sig11(segfault)
    so I gave up.

    I hate to say it but for now I will resort to using the
    linux build. I may try another win method later.