Hi guys, sorry for the delay again!
TL;DR: I did "make clean CONFIG_INTERNAL=no" and it looks like it built
successfully! Here's the email as I assembled it before doing the "make
root@chrx:/home/chrx/Github/flashrom# git describe
I've attached the output files you asked for to this message.
I did not change the code at all and I pulled from the master branch here
I tried to build using "make CONFIG_INTERNAL=no" early on but this was the
cli_classic.o: In function `main':
cli_classic.c:(.text.startup+0xaac): undefined reference to
print.o: In function `print_supported_boards_helper':
print.c:(.text+0x245): undefined reference to `board_matches'
print.o: In function `print_supported':
print.c:(.text+0xf11): undefined reference to `chipset_enables'
print.c:(.text+0xff3): undefined reference to `chipset_enables'
spi.o: In function `spi_get_valid_read_addr':
spi.c:(.text+0x12c): undefined reference to `ichspi_bbar'
collect2: error: ld returned 1 exit status
Makefile:1018: recipe for target 'flashrom' failed
make: *** [flashrom] Error 1
Everything above that in the build process looked ok!
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On 03.11.2017 21:35, Anders Nelson wrote:
Here's the error I get trying to apply the patch:
"root@chrx:/home/chrx/Github/flashrom# git apply --check
error: patch failed: ich_descriptors.c:1064
error: ich_descriptors.c: patch does not apply"
sorry, I was looking at the wrong version of the code. Doesn't matter,
Derp? Here's my output from "cc -v":
And here's the output from the second command you asked for:
"root@chrx:/home/chrx/Github/flashrom# cc -dM -E - < /dev/null
#define __x86_64__ 1
#define __amd64__ 1
Both are there that's fine. And I think now, that my original assumption
that this could be an issue was wrong: We do check for x86 not only in
the Makefile but also in ichspi.c too (pretty weird redundancy) and the
latter check is in sync with ich_descriptors.c.
I've also tried to build flashrom on Ubuntu 16.04 with the same compiler
version... and it worked *shrug*.
Whaaatsa goin' onnn? Thanks for your help!
No clue, actually. Did you already try to build with `make
CONFIG_INTERNAL=no`? Just want to know, that this doesn't stall
your work. We are ofc very interested to understand and fix the
Can you please send us a copy of the `ichspi.o` and `ich_descriptors.o`
of the failing build.
Did you change anything in the code? or tried to build different
versions? switch branches? in case, you could try a `make clean`
(although, I can't imagine why it would be necessary).
Oh, I nearly forgot: Please show us the output of `git describe` (I'm
loosing track of our branches atm).