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#39 Missing some executables from mingw-w64 binutils packages

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Alexx83
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2014-04-28
2014-04-28
Zach Thibeau
No

I couldn't help but notice that some executables with in the (I haven't checked 64bit side as right now I do not have a 64bit system) are missing certain executables namely nm.exe
I only noticed as when trying to compile libpeas it was trying to run nm, so I got curious and checked the /mingw32 prefix and it was missing.

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  • Zach Thibeau
    Zach Thibeau
    2014-04-28

    Mind you this is an entirely complete new setup and not an existing one.

     
    • Ray Donnelly
      Ray Donnelly
      2014-04-28

      Install the i686 toolchain group. Did you try ldd yet?
      On Apr 28, 2014 1:10 AM, "Zach Thibeau" thibeaz@users.sf.net wrote:

      Mind you this is an entirely complete new setup and not an existing one.

      Status: open
      Milestone: 1.0
      Created: Mon Apr 28, 2014 12:09 AM UTC by Zach Thibeau
      Last Updated: Mon Apr 28, 2014 12:09 AM UTC
      Owner: nobody

      I couldn't help but notice that some executables with in the (I haven't
      checked 64bit side as right now I do not have a 64bit system) are missing
      certain executables namely nm.exe
      I only noticed as when trying to compile libpeas it was trying to run nm,
      so I got curious and checked the /mingw32 prefix and it was missing.


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      • Zach Thibeau
        Zach Thibeau
        2014-04-28

        I did one better. I reinstalled my operating system. The whole system is clean

         
        • Ray Donnelly
          Ray Donnelly
          2014-04-28

          Hmm extreme! It would've been good to get to the bottom of it but hopefully
          it's all ok now.
          On Apr 28, 2014 1:14 AM, "Zach Thibeau" thibeaz@users.sf.net wrote:

          I did one better. I reinstalled my operating system. The whole system is
          clean


          Status: open
          Milestone: 1.0
          Created: Mon Apr 28, 2014 12:09 AM UTC by Zach Thibeau
          Last Updated: Mon Apr 28, 2014 12:10 AM UTC
          Owner: nobody

          I couldn't help but notice that some executables with in the (I haven't
          checked 64bit side as right now I do not have a 64bit system) are missing
          certain executables namely nm.exe
          I only noticed as when trying to compile libpeas it was trying to run nm,
          so I got curious and checked the /mingw32 prefix and it was missing.


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  • Zach Thibeau
    Zach Thibeau
    2014-04-28

    Actually no. It's still generating the dll issue and the latest binutils package IS missing various executables, I had to downgrade to the -6 package

     
  • Alexx83
    Alexx83
    2014-04-28

    Yeah I see issue too. Now it fixed in -8 package.

     
  • Alexx83
    Alexx83
    2014-04-28

    • status: open --> closed
    • assigned_to: Alexx83