/usr/lib/libm.so: undefined reference to `__getfpucw'

/usr/lib/libm.so: undefined reference to `__getfpucw'

Post by Ong Lon Voo » Sun, 23 Mar 1997 04:00:00



Hi,

Wehn I tried compiling dsemu-0.66.0, I got this error when it got to linking
everything to produce the final dos binary.

/usr/lib/libm.so: undefined reference to  _getfpucw'

I got this too on a small expect program I wrote on a 486, so I doubt it's a
machine-specific problem.

Thanks.
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/usr/lib/libm.so: undefined reference to `__getfpucw'

Post by Juha Perkk » Tue, 01 Apr 1997 04:00:00



Quote:>Wehn I tried compiling dsemu-0.66.0, I got this error when it got to linking
>everything to produce the final dos binary.
>/usr/lib/libm.so: undefined reference to __getfpucw'
>I got this too on a small expect program I wrote on a 486, so I doubt it's a
>machine-specific problem.

   After upgrading the libc and binutils I started in one PC to get the
error about undefined reference to __getfpucw. After defining the softlink
/lib/libc.so --> /lib/libc.so.5 this problem disappeared.
   In other PC's I maintain I didn't have this problem although the softlink
was missing also in them. Try this solution and be happy if it works.
I don't know the reason for this behavior.
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1. libm prob: undefined reference to __getfpucw

For some reason, I'm having a horrible error when I try and compile anything
I write myself in C++.  I get the following message upon compile:

/lib/libm.so.5: undefined reference to `__getfpucw'

Now, I'm using libc-5.4.17 bin release, ld 1.8.5, gcc 2.7.2.1..

If I relink libm.so.5 to libm.so.5.5, rather than 5.7, it works fine.

What gives?  I'd like to keep the new libm current, esp. since ldconfig
will gratuitously re-upgrade whenever I run it...
Any info would be greatly appreciated.

- Peter

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