Re: and now linking problems
shmukler at mail.ru
Thu Mar 8 05:44:25 CET 2007
> > > > I have another problem. This time it's linking issue. I was compiling
> > > > with gcc 3.3.
> > > >
> > > > Please advise:
> > >
> > > I just tried to reproduce this, with no luck. Linking always worked,
> > > with g++ (4.1) and g++-3.3.
> > >
> > > This is an Ubuntu Feisty, right? Anything special in your setup?
> > In Edgy, the Ubuntu default compiler (but not the older 3.3 version) has the
> > stack guard feature enabled by default. We have a fix for Fiasco in SVN, but
> > Igor said he is still using a CVS checkout, which could be the problem here.
I think because I changed gcc version manually, I probably got have something within the set that's incompatible. Things like that happen, and that's most likely why I bothered the list members. Sorry!
I'll try to check everything more carefully, before disturbing others next time. Hopefully, this will do it. I just hate building a sandbox.
> The CVS version has this particular fix (it's a one-liner). So my
> question remains, Igor. What are software are you using? Are you using
> the latest CVS version?
Makes sense to me. :)
Thanks to everyone again.
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