undefined reference to `errno'

Fergus Henderson fjh@cs.mu.OZ.AU
Sat Jan 24 15:34:00 GMT 1998

On 20-Jan-1998, Dr. Volker Zell <vzell@de.oracle.com> wrote:
> Hi all
> When trying to compile netpbm-1mar94.p1 I get a bunch of messages like
> ../pbm/libpbm.a(libpbm1.o)(.text+0x4e1):libpbm1.c: undefined reference
> to `errno'
> Does anybody know how to deal with this kind of error.

I think adding `#include <errno.h>' at the start of libpbm1.c
should solve the problem.  You might need to also comment out
any explicit declarations of `errno'.

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