Problem compiling wine with latest cvs
tony_lambregts at telusplanet.net
Sun Mar 31 21:19:17 CST 2002
lawson_whitney at juno.com wrote:
>On Sun, 31 Mar 2002, Tony Lambregts wrote:
>>I can't get recent cvs versions to compile. After running cvs update -PAd and
>>./tools/installwine I get these messages
>>gcc: Internal compiler error: program cc1 got fatal signal 11
>>make: *** [ordinal.o] Error 1
>>make: Leaving directory `/usr/local/src/wine/dlls/shlwapi'
>>make: *** [shlwapi/shlwapi.dll.so] Error 2
>>make: Leaving directory `/usr/local/src/wine/dlls'
>>make: *** [dlls] Error 2
>>Compilation failed, aborting install.
>>At first I thought it might be something wrong with my system so I backed out
>>cvs to March 1st 2002 and everything works. I am not the only one who seems to
>>be haveing problems with compiling recent cvs's. This morning someone named Bob
>> reported this.
>>I've noticed that wine-users at winehq.com is no longer a gateway to
>>comp.emulators.ms-windows.wine and I know at least Lawson might be able to
>>shed some light on this.
>>I've attached a log of .\tools\wineinstall if anyone is interested.
>Me? I just use gcc-2.95.3, and I haven't had any trouble. AFAICT I
>haven't missed any patches. A sig11 in gcc is either a compiler bug or
>a hardware problem (building wine is about the toughest stress-test for
>your hardware there is, and can find little intermittent problems
>nothing else will notice). Some versions of gcc-2.96 including ones
>RedHat shipped did have bugs that Wine tends to provoke.
>I don't see that shlwapi/ordinal.o (where wineinstall fell down on
>you) has been touched since March 29, so maybe I did miss a patch.
>You might find this interesting:
>If it is still there, it is about gcc and signal 11.
>Installation is performed in the reverse order of removal.
> - British Leyland shop manual
>wine-users mailing list
>wine-users at winehq.com
Of course you. Who else would I be asking who is named Lawson. Thank
you for your link. hopefully it helps.
More information about the wine-users