Debian-host build error...
esutter at alcatel-lucent.com
Wed Jun 24 12:38:04 UTC 2009
Didn't get any responses on this, so I figured I'd try again...
When I reported this error, I was using pre-built tools from:
then the other day I started over using:
The exact same error occurred, so I'm still clueless.
Even the "remotest" of suggestions at this point would not be in vain
(yea, I'm begging) :-( otherwise, I suppose I have to hunt down a different
Linux box (non-debian) to isolate this problem.
Ed Sutter wrote:
> I'm walking through the quick-start procedure for building the
> BF537Stamp BSP. My development host is Debian, and I've gotten
> to the point (on the quick-start page) where it mentions the error:
> * If you experience a "C compiler cannot create executables" error,
> * try fixing your compiler by getting libc-dev
> I ran apt-get install libc-dev and got the following message:
> * root:apt-get install libc-dev
> * Reading package lists... Done
> * Building dependency tree... Done
> * Note, selecting libc6-dev instead of libc-dev
> * libc6-dev is already the newest version.
> * 0 upgraded, 0 newly installed, 0 to remove and 1 not upgraded.
> Anyone working with a Debian host that has had (and overcame) this
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