[kaffe] Re: new NetBSD problems
zuse at libero.it
Sun Jul 20 02:59:01 PDT 2003
In <200307200629.h6K6Tur10755 at snoopy.src.ricoh.co.jp> Kiyo Inaba wrote:
>>/usr/pkg/bin/bash: Undefined PLT symbol "read" (reloc type = 21,
>>symnum = 94) gmake: * [ByteToCharDefault.lo] Error 1 what is this
>>about? The installed bash is 2.05b but I don't think the problem is
> I don't know the detail why it happens, but it sometimes happens in
> i386-netbsd also. This is (I suspect) some bug in os and the things
> what you have to do is just re-invoke make.
in my case the problem seems to persist. Or better, I restarted make...
and I get the error... at the file that follows
/usr/pkg/bin/bash ../../../libtool --mode=compile gcc -DHAVE_CONFIG_H -I. -
I. -I../../../config -I../../../include -DKVER='"1.1.x-cvs"' -I/home/
kaffe/kaffevm/systems/unix-jthreads -I../../../config -I../../../include -
DKAFFE_VMDEBUG -g -Wall -Wstrict-prototypes -c -o CharToByteDefault.lo
`test -f 'CharToByteDefault.c' || echo './'`CharToByteDefault.c
/usr/pkg/bin/bash: Undefined PLT symbol "read" (reloc type = 21, symnum
CharToByte is the next after ByteToCher
I think there is really some stupid bug, like a missing reinitialization
since you also use NetBSD... is gnu-make required? I'm using it but I
just wanted to know if I could spare it.
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