[ Article crossposted from comp.os.linux.misc ]
[ Author was mohan kannapareddy ]
[ Posted on Fri, 11 Nov 1994 07:38:02 GMT ]
I have been sitting all night for the last two nights trying to install
the gcc-2.6.1 ( I desperately need to use templates!1) the gcc-2.6.1 compiled fine
and installation was all right then I decided to do the same thing
for libg++2.6.1 and LO it choked on the *gperf* stage ( before tat)
I had several worrisome warnings such as:
/usr.include/sys/math.h declaraton od const double cos(double)
differs from built-in declaration!!
there were a few otheers I think _exit, sin aand alsoe
BTW, the gperf choked during the linking stages saying :
undefined symbol __uflow from text segment in libg++.a???
So I decided to edit the makefile and remove the *gperf* part
from the *BUILD* process aand it compiled everything fine (except)
for those damned warnings) and then I installed evceerthing hoping
it would work fine ..
So I wrote a small c++ program that uses the iostream facility and
8kaboom* ..when it starts to link ...
undefined rsymbol __uflow in .......
i am perplexed can anyone heplk me out please!!!!...
Linux version : 1.0.9
Tried to compile with both : gcc2.5.8 and gcc2.6.1 no luck!!
Sytem header flfiles :
from the slackware distribution!!
Please can anyone help me I need to get this straigned out