[Wine]Re: wine-20040309 build error

Eric "Shubes" plug at shubes.net
Fri Oct 1 14:05:14 CDT 2004

Sebastien Fievet wrote:
> Hi all,
> I am trying to build wine-20040309, and i am facing a gcc crash while compiling
> winetest. The log is below (sorry : it's localized in french).
> make[2]: Entre dans le répertoire
> `/home/root/build/wine-20040309/programs/winetest'../../tools/winegcc/winegcc
> -B../../tools/winebuild -mwindows gui.o main.o send.o util.o 
> winetest.exe.dbg.o gui.res winetest.res -o winetest.exe.so -L../../dlls 
> -lcomctl32 -luser32 -lwsock32 -L../../libs/wine -lwine  -L../../libs/port
> -lwine_port -L/opt/mm/lib -L/opt/gnome/lib -lm gcc: Erreur internal error:
> Processus arrété (programme cc1) SVP soumettre un rapport complet d'anomalies.
> Consulter <URL:http://gcc.gnu.org/bugs.html> pour les instructions.
> winegcc: gcc failed.
> make[2]: *** [winetest.exe.so] Erreur 2
> make[2]: Quitte le répertoire
> `/home/root/build/wine-20040309/programs/winetest'make[1]: *** [winetest]
> Erreur 2 make[1]: Quitte le répertoire
> `/home/root/build/wine-20040309/programs' make: *** [programs] Erreur 2
> In case it may help, my config is : 
> - k6-2 500,
> - kernel-2.4.25,
> - glibc-2.2.5,
> - gcc-3.3.3.
> I had no problem with the previous version of wine. I don't know what's going
> on... Any little help would be great!
> Regards, Sebastien.
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Did you have any luck with this problem? I seem to be suffering from the 
same thing. I'm trying to compile wine-20040914 on a couple Fedora Core 
2 boxen. The newer box (P4) had no problem, but the older one (P2) had 
this same error as you had. In addition, I noticed many "nothing to be 
done for 'all'" messages prior to winetest compile aborting, which I 
suspect indicates something else is wrong.

Hardware-wise, the boxen are very different, but software-wise, they're 
as identical as I can imagine. Both have all FC2 updates applied, 
running kernel 2.6.8, gcc 3.3.3, glibc 2.3.3. Any ideas?

-Eric 'shubes'
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-William E. Simon (1927-2000),
     Secretary of the Treasury (1974-1977)
  "A Time For Truth" (1978), pg. 237

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