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Re: gcc linking problem - badly installed?
- To: Astrid dot Burghard at t-online dot de (Astrid Burghard), cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Subject: Re: gcc linking problem - badly installed?
- From: "Larry Hall (RFK Partners, Inc)" <lhall at rfk dot com>
- Date: Tue, 14 Aug 2001 13:20:09 -0400
At 12:57 PM 8/14/2001, Astrid Burghard wrote:
>I am new to this list, so please excuse me and
>give me a hint if this topic was treated here
When you have a question that you think may be something
that has been covered before, its a good idea to check the
FAQ, documentation, and email archives for related information.
I mention this FYI only.
>I tried some simple C and F77 "hello world"
>programmes to get compiled and linked by "gcc"
>and "gcc -c" + "ld". The .o was created by
>"gcc -c" without error message, but both direct
>executable creation with "gcc" and linking the
>.o by "ld" failed, giving different error
>messages. The .log I appenden at the bottom of
>the email. Does anyone have an idea what is
If ld can't find crt0.o, your Cygwin installation is incorrect. Please
rerun setup and make sure you install *all* packages and that the
installation completes successfully. If you do this and still have the
same problem, please send the setup.log file and the results of
cygcheck -s -r -v (if possible) to the list for analysis.
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