Joined: Mar. 2007
||Posted: April 25 2007,14:56
|Quote (^thehatsrule^ @ April 24 2007,21:42)|
|Your problem is not a missing /usr/bin/ld, but that that ld cannot find crt1.o|
Make sure you have that somewhere in /usr like /usr/lib
Or you could specify the -B flag to gcc.
However, I must warn you that packages from mydsl are specifically made to work only for DSL, and not DSL-N. Also, a search would've revealed that using the debian packages (i.e. via apt-get) is generally used.
I realized after I posted that I was missing part of the error message and so I edited my post and simply forgot to edit the title so that's why it (incorrectly) said missing /usr/bin/ld instead of the real problem.
As for the suggestion for apt-get I know about that, I've done LOTS of searching on this issue prior to deciding on the gcc route and would prefer to have gcc work because I would like to be able to not only compile existing apps, but create my own (currently not even a "Hello World" app will compile).
Any other suggestions?
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