[MPlayer-users] Re: gcc-3.0.3-2 isn't able to compile mplayer sources

Daniel Mladek dmladek at netbeans.com
Fri Jan 18 10:18:02 CET 2002

Sven Hartge wrote:

> [Automatic answer: RTFM (read DOCS, FAQ), also read DOCS/bugreports.html]
> Kenneth Crudup <kenny at panix.com> wrote:
>>gcc -shared -o libdha-0.1.so libdha.o pci.o
>>/usr/bin/ld: cannot find -lgcc_s
>>collect2: ld returned 1 exit status

Thanks for discovering a problem

>>"gcc" is trying to link in a library that it appears to need that you
>>don't have. Where did you get your copy of 3.0.X from? (I built mine
>>from scratch)- as it appears your build of "gcc" is incomplete.

I can't build my own pcks yet:-( So, I have always seek for already made 
I've find it with the help of http://rpmfind.net/
gcc 3.0.x (+other 4 gcc-xx-3.0.x) wasn't available for RH distribution. 
So I've just choose
  the PLD distribution .....ehmmmm exactly as I'm looking for those 
pages it is:
Polish(ed) Linux Distribution Test (hope that doesn't mean that it is 
testing pckg:-/)

> It seems, Red Hat strikes again. (Is it only me, or why is the first
> guess I make, when I hear something about "compiler" and "problems",
> this must be a RedHat user?)


Radher RH than M$....

> Or maybe he fscked the dependencies and forgot to install a vital
> component of his compiler.

NO! I'm aware of breaking dependencies...realy....and because this fckd 
upgrade and downgrade
I had to uninstall and again install a half of my packages in my system:-(

All seem that its my failure :-(Just because of wrong choice)
sorry for wasting time.

or do you want still the *$ script* output..."typescript"


> S!

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