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Re: Startup build fail on 64 bit Xeon/Linux

From: Alex Perez
Subject: Re: Startup build fail on 64 bit Xeon/Linux
Date: Thu, 03 Nov 2005 22:10:41 -0800
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Adam Fedor wrote:

On Oct 21, 2005, at 3:02 PM, Stefan Böhringer wrote:

Here comes a install report for a gnustep-startup-0.13.0 built on Suse Linux 10.0-64. This seems to be a simple error but I would like to report the problem since startup should be hassle free.

Well, this particular problem comes from the ffcall package. I think because you specifically need shared libraries for ffcall. If InstallGNUstep installs ffcall itself it tries to do this. So you could either just uninstall ffcall, or recompile it yourself with --disable-static --enable-shared. Of course there are likely all kinds of other problems as GNUstep is not 64-bit clean. Perhaps look here for more info:

Hopefully this is a goal for a 1.0 release. Is it?

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