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Re: problems running gcc after installation
thanks for the update. I decided to remove cygwin again and reinstall
with the same package that I downloaded for my laptop. This worked.
The difference being that it was downloaded from a different source.
The source that I had the problems with came from 'cygwin.osuosl.org'.
I don't know how these get propagated out to the mirrors but it seems to
me that this site is missing some packages. When I select packages to
install I select everything. I did not have any problems with the
thanks for your help...
consider this closed from my end.
Just having problems with 'pymssql' now :)
On 6/11/2011 8:28 AM, Csaba Raduly wrote:
On Fri, Jun 10, 2011 at 9:24 PM, Jerry Lowry wrote:
looking at the chgcheck output I noticed that 'gdb' and 'ld' are not found.
I check the
setup repositories and did not find anything for 'ld'. Which section of the
setup would you find gnu ld?
ld (and also as) is part of the "binutils" package ("Devel" category
in Cygwin's setup program), as can be seen here:
You can use this page: http://www.cygwin.com/packages/ to search for
the Cygwin package containing a particular file.
I see that you have many "mingw" packages installed, including
mingw-binutils (which has its own ld.exe), but that is for building
non-Cygwin programs. For Cygwin programs (including compiled packages
for Cygwin's Python), you need the "plain" binutils.
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