[GRASS5] _gtty & _stty errors
Eric G . Miller
egm2 at jps.net
Sun Dec 10 02:12:27 EST 2000
On Sat, Dec 09, 2000 at 09:35:41PM -0800, Jeshua Lacock wrote:
> On Saturday, December 9, 2000, at 07:06 PM, Eric G . Miller wrote:
> > > OK, I'm back after re-installing my system.
> > >
> > > It appears that gtty and stty are defined in the header libc.h (which
> > > is on my system), however I cannot locate the archive libc.a anywhere
> > > on my system. I suspect that this may be the problem, can someone
> > > confirm this?
> > >
> > > Does anyone know where to get libc.a? Would it work if someone
> > > emailed it to me (off list, of course)?
> > You need to get a copy of the static C library for Mac OS X. Possibly
> > available in developer's resources or some such. Apparently you only
> > have the shared libes ?? (libc.so or libc.o). It's likely much to big
> > to mail and it *must* be built for that system. Mine weighs in around
> > 2.5 MB.
> Hi Eric,
> Thanks for your help.
> I'm not sure about your question. In /usr/include I have libc.h and
> libc.p (no libc.o or libc.so). I do not have any libc*.* files in
I find it hard to believe there is no C library. Did you check in /lib
as well? (it wouldn't be in an include directory). How'd you manage to
build stuff before without the static library? I always get a linker
error (but then, all the shared libraries are stripped of symbols too).
> I am having a hard time finding the static C lib. Does GNU have a
> distribution? Maybe gcc?
Yes, but there're complications with having more than one C library on
the system, especially if they're from different "vendors".
> If you ftp'ed the lib, could I build it for my system? If so, please
> ftp to ftp.SierraMaps.com/pub/
Yes you could get GNU Libc, but maybe you'd be better off getting the
libc that gets distributed with the BSD's (I believe it's different).
I think that maybe you could build it in /usr/local/lib, but then you
may or may not need to use an LD_PRELOAD=/usr/local/lib/libc.so.6 or
whatever in order to run GRASS programs and not have them do weird
things. I don't know for sure.
Eric G. Miller <egm2 at jps.net>
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