From: Jim Huddle <jhuddle@te...> - 2011-07-12 21:49:29
Thank you, Alex (1 week later).
I somewhat jumped the gun, here, as I have not touched bitbake at all,
The solution that was discussed, <various forums> seemed to work
I did the following:
ln -s /lib/libgcc_s.so.1 /usr/lib/libgcc_s.so.1
That did not work, but further reading of others trials/errors led to:
ln -s /usr/lib/libgcc_s.so.1 /usr/lib/libgcc_s.so <from memory. -jh>
Which did work and now gcc and g++ work fine.
I don't really *know* what I'm doing yet, but it's good to at least be
able to hack out a functional solution, even if the understanding is
Thanks for the tips (then and now!)
Alex (alxx) wrote:
>Date: Wed, 6 Jul 2011 08:57:38 +1000
>From: "alxx" <alxx@...>
>Make sure you have installed
> libc6-dev , libstdc++-dev , g++ ,g++-symlinks , gcc, gcc-symlinks
>If this is on your host pc when building with bitbake
>it could be due to a missing symlink
>check there is a libgcc_s.so
>and see how many you have
Jim Huddle wrote:
>> I received the same error ("Cannot find -lgcc_s") when I clicked on
>> Just Want To... [Compile Code] and followed the directions. You were
>> making Aircrack-ng but I was g++ compiling "Hello.cpp". I had just
>> installed g++ via task-native-sdk (with many opkg "update"
>> Something is missing from the g++ update. Have not figured out what,
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