[Wine]Compiling on AMD64: errors
hijinio at yahoo.com
Fri Apr 1 11:33:54 CST 2005
The easiest thing to do when compiling Wine is to use
the wineinstall script in the ./[src]/tools/ folder.
Also, I hear that AMD64 fixes have comes in later
versions; you're trying to compile a really old
version of Wine. Download a newer version. :)
--- M <matt at explodicide.com> wrote:
> I'm trying to compile ver 20041019 (older ver for
> winetools) on my
> x86_64 Fedora Core 3. ./configure works fine, and
> so does make depend,
> but when it comes down to actually compiling, it has
> a hard time
> locating the right libs to link against.
> -B../../../tools/winebuild -shared
> ./winearts.drv.spec arts.o audio.o
> winearts.drv.dbg.o -o
> winearts.drv.so -L../../../dlls -lwinmm -luser32
> -L../../../libs/wine -lwine -L/usr/lib64 -ldl
> -lartsc -lpthread
> -lgmodule-2.0 -ldl -lgthread-2.0 -lglib-2.0 -ldxguid
> -L../../../libs/port -lwine_port
> /usr/bin/ld: skipping incompatible
> /usr/lib64/libartsc.so when searching
> for -lartsc
> /usr/bin/ld: cannot find -lartsc
> collect2: ld returned 1 exit status
> winegcc: gcc failed.
> It actually gave a similar error at one point before
> this about 64-bit X
> libs, but rerunning ./configure with the
> option and then building worked for that.
> I've had this issue a lot with code not knowing how
> to use the right
> arch libs (though usually it's a problem I resolve
> by using the 64 bit
> libs, not the 32 bit ones.) I usually just manually
> re-run the last
> compile command, after changing it to use
> /whatever/lib64 instead of
> /whatever/lib and that fixes it enough for the
> `make` to continue. In
> this case, rerunning that last command gives the
> same errors, even if I
> change the command-line option '-L/usr/lib64' to
> '-L/usr/lib,' and the
> errors claim that it's still looking in /usr/lib64
> and finding the
> incompatible libs. I tried changing all of the
> pertinant Makefiles to
> point to /usr/lib, but only the Makefile in
> actually had the reference to /usr/lib64, and
> changing that had no
> impact on the build or error.
> I tried running `linux32 ./configure` to see if that
> took care of the
> lib issue, but that made things go very, very
> poorley with the compile.
> Errors everywhere.
> So how can I tell it to use the 32 bit libs
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