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From: Ivan Barrera A. <info(a)Ivn.cl>
To: Cristi Magherusan <Cristi.Magherusan(a)net.utcluj.ro>
Subject: Re: [coreboot] lots of compilation failures in abuild on x86-64
Date: Sun, 26 Jul 2009 23:14:29 -0400
The fix is pretty simple, but I have no idea if
Use gcc-multilib, and add -lgcc to the LDFLAGS for all the broken
I will provide soon a log with all the broken boards.
Which distro of linux are you using ?
I work only with x86_64, and never had any issues... Perhaps some bad
env settings ?
Yeah, my bad!
I'm using 64bit Ubuntu 9.04, and I hadn't installed gcc-multilib when I
I installed it while compilation was ongoing but most of the remaining
targets still failed to build and I tried to find a solution. The weird
thing is that some compiled fine even before installing gcc-multilib.
After I saw your message I restarted the build it all went fine. It must
have been something in gcc's, no idea.
Thanks for your feedback!
And i just saw that i answered to your email directly instead of the
list... so add the follow up for all to know :D
Thanks for sharing
Ing. Cristi Măgherușan, System/Network Engineer
Technical University of Cluj-Napoca, Romania