[lazarus] Newbie - Compilation problem
Torben von Deyen
torben at vondeyen.dk
Sun Jan 14 17:54:11 EST 2001
I did't have the gdk installed, so I downloaded and installed
gtk+-devel-1.2.6-1.i386.rpm from Red Hat. And the compilation came further:
But it then came with:
/usr/bin/ld: cannot open -lX11: No such file or directory
I made the symlink libX11.so to the libX11.so.x.y (as written in your discussion group).
The compilation continued, but now this:
/usr/bin/ld: cannot open -lglib: No such file or directory
The answer might then be "you must install the glibc packages" ?? But I got the libc
packages installed isn't it the same? or..
Marc Weustink wrote:
> At 02:33 15-01-01 -0800, Torben von Deyen wrote:
>> /usr/bin/ld: cannot open -lgdk: No such file or directory
>> make: Leaving directory `/opt/fpc/lazarus
> Do you have gdk installed ?
> other whise look at the following thread:
> This sounds familiar. A while ago there was a discussion
> about this. You can look at:
> Search for: [lazarus] Linking Error
> In short: look if you have libX11.so (as a sysmlink to libX11.so.?.?)
> >From: Peter Vreman <peter at freepascal.org>
> >At 18:25 21-2-00 , you wrote:
> >>I got it to work.
> >>Corel had libX11.so.6.3 but didn't have a link called libX11.so
> so it
> >>wasn't finding it.
> >The reason is that he doesn't have the -dev package installed.
> >Only the -dev packages contain *.so files. The libs packages
> >contain the *.so.* files only which are needed to run the programs.
> Tell me if this solves your problem (I'll make a faq from this)
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