Dear my friends...
I just updated my SuSE 8.2 to 9.1 . My Kylix 2 does
not run anymore.
I got this error message :
/usr/local/kylix2/bin/Kylix: relocation error:
land.so: symbol errno, version
GLIBC_2.0 not defined in file libc.so.6 with link
Please tell me the solution. Please.....
Thank you very much in advance.
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I am possibly looking to port a product that runs on Solaris and Windows
to Linux. The vendor raised some concerns on G++ and Pthreads. At this
time I have few details, and I am just looking into some potential areas
that might need tuning. I'm confident that the port itself will be
successful, but that the performance might be below expectations. Note
that the vendor found that G++ on Solaris was somewhat lacking.They use
LWP threads on Solaris. He also mentioned that they used SpartHeap on
Windows, which is a commercial version of an optimized malloc. Malloc is
always a performance problem in a threaded environment, but that can be
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In trying to use v4l2_buffer when I include videodev2.h, this works in Suse
8.0, but now a compiler error give me this message:
error: field `vbuf' has incomplete type
where vbuf is struct v4l2_buffer...
I have seen that videodev2.h has changed with this:
enum v4l2_buf_type type;
enum v4l2_field field;
struct timeval timestamp;
struct v4l2_timecode timecode;
/* memory location */
enum v4l2_memory memory;
unsigned long userptr;
What can I do...?
Is there source code available for the Yast2 widget set (or will there
be when the GPL'd versions are released). I'm exploring the possibility
of extending one of the Yast widgets. I can find doxygen docs for
source code (e.g. YTable.cc) but no actual source.
Does someone know how can I create static binaries using autotools? I
have a program that uses several dynamic libraries and I want to
distribute it as a single static binary. Everytime I want to distribute
it, I do a make (the Makefile is generated from configure), then I
delete the binary, and do the last linking step myself, using the static
flag. This is quite boring. Does someone know a way to create a 'make
Thanks in advance,
Davi de Castro Reis