[lazarus] Compiling lazarus
smiller1 at stvgb.org
Tue Nov 19 11:18:19 EST 2002
Tony, I loaded up a new Mandrake 9 and tried this out and you are right,
the binutils needs to be loaded to get the assembler. Then, you have to
create a bunch of symbolic links to libX11.so.?.?, libgtk-??.so.?.?,
etc. We should find a better way to do this. This is very confusing
for people to have to create links to all these files.
On Mandrake 9, I created all the link, ran lazarus and it crashed so now
I need to determine if I linked to a wrong version of gtk or something.
From: Tony Maro [mailto:tony at maro.net]
Sent: Monday, November 18, 2002 2:31 PM
To: Lazarus List
Subject: Re: [lazarus] Compiling lazarus
On Wed, 1969-12-31 at 14:59, hjamilis wrote:
> I am trying to have a working Lazarus on linux (Mandrake 8.0).
> I downloaded fpc from the lazarus page, and the sources via CVS.
I recommend instead that you grab the snapshots of FPC from the FPC FTP
server. Check out my howto at:
> Assembling lclstrconsts
> lclstrconsts.pas(64) Error: Assembler as not found, switching to
> lclstrconsts.pas(64) Fatal: There were 1 errors compiling module,
Looks like you don't have an assembler installed, and you'll need it.
I'm betting when you installed Mandrake you did not install the
On my Mandrake 9 it installed "as" as part of the "binutils" package.
So, fire up your software manager and install binutils.[whatever].rpm
from your Mandrake CD's.
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