cpukit Libraries install problem
cedric_aubert at yahoo.fr
Fri Oct 3 11:58:38 UTC 2003
Thanks for you answer joel,
You are right, libmisc.a is in librtemscpu.a, I didn't
known that. Thanks :-)
But in fact my real problem that I want to use
termios_print in cpukit/libmisc/serdbg.
But I have at link a "undefined reference".
I have look in my libmisc.a with nm -g -n and I didn't
found the serdbg part of the libmisc librarie. I found
capture, untar and some other but don't find serdbg or
If someone could help ?
Thanks a lot
--- Joel Sherrill <joel.sherrill at OARcorp.com> wrote:
> Cedric Aubert wrote:
> >Hi all,
> >I have some trouble to use the libmisc or other
> >cpukit libraries in my user application. (Can't
> >So I search in my bsp lib and rtems cpu shared lib
> >don't found libmisc.a but I found it in my build
> >I have /opt/rtems/mybsp (I move my prefix at
> >I have build in /opt/rtems/build (it's were I found
> >I should make a very very begimmer mistake :-)
> >Because I try to find the solution on the ml
> >I don't found anything.
> >If anyone could explain me how to correctly install
> >those cpukit libraries.
> >I link with -B /opt/rtems/m68k-rtems/lib
> >-B /opt/rtems/bsp-cpu2000/m68k-rtems/cpu2000/lib
> >-B /opt/rtems/bsp-cpu2000/m68k-rtems/lib
> >But libmisc.a was found in
> Those are just intermediate libraries that are
> bundled together to make
> the single library
> and large librtemcpu.a.
> >Thanks a lot
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