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ARM-LINUX-GCC with LIBMODBUS

Hi everyone, I'm trying to compile a program using "arm-linux-gcc" with "libmodbus"; however it seems the compiler is not set up for libmodbus. What should I do to fix it?
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Is there a machine interface (CLI) to GCC that emits errors in a way easy for a library to parse?

I searched google for "libgcc", but that seems to be a non-standalone gcc private library. Does anybody know what I'm looking for? At least, is there a reliable parser for gcc error output ...
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Compiling GCC failed on Openbsd 7.4 (configure: error: .... libgomp)

I'm yak shaving: to compile gcc (especially with libgccjit for ultimately compiling emacs with native-comp) on openbsd 7.4. The reason behind is libgccjit isn't available via pkg_add. Thus I'm trying ...
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Unable to use GTK on Debian, due to having libraries always be missing

Due to my laziness, I have downloaded precompiled binaries for GTK programmes (rather than compiling them which would have been a drag considering how time-wasting it is). EDIT:using sudo apt get, ...
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What is the bootstrapping technique in terms of building cross-gcc and cross-glibc?

Some tutorials for building linux from ground do in first step building the cross compiler toolchain. They do this by invoking so called bootstrapping technique. First they build cross-gcc statically, ...
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Do C compilers discard unused functions when statically linking to .a file?

Say I have a C program main.c that statically links to libmine.a. Statically linking to a library causes library functions to be embedded into the main executable at compile time. If libmine.a were to ...
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Specify which libstdc++ to use

I want to make use of a more recent GCC version. Therefore, I compiled GCC 10 and installed it into a non-standard directory /software/gcc10/. So far so good. However, I am faced with problems when I ...
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Seeking thoughts on a weird error in printk.h

I am compiling a vendor provided proprietary test code for their device driver on rhel8.4, kernel version 4.18.0-305.10.2.el8_4.x86_64. Both the driver and the corresponding test code had been ...
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Debian Buster Freezing when Compiling Large Project

I've recently begun encountering an issue when attempting to compile a moderately large software project where my entire computer freezes. I can't get to another tty, I can't move the mouse. After ...
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Seeking advice on source of compilation errors in kernel header files

As part of my current project, I am trying to compile some proprietary device drivers (originally compiled successfully for Redhat6 kernel version 2.6.32-504.el6.x86_64 using the vendor supplied ...
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Portable name of C++ compiler (and linker)

cc is the POSIX name of the C compiler. Is there a general name of the C++ compiler (and linker). Notice that g++ also adds some libraries, that will not be included when using plain gcc or ld.
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Debian : MPI code - Intel compiler - [Hardware Error]: Unified Memory Controller Error: DRAM ECC error

When running an executable compiled with intel mpiicc, I get, after 30 minutes of running, the following errors : kernel:[29585.573874] [Hardware Error]: Corrected error, no action required. Message ...
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Are compiled shell scripts better for performance?

After some googling, I found a way to compile BASH scripts to binary executables (using shc). I know that shell is an interpreted language, but what does this compiler do? Will it improve the ...
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How can I name the output of a compiled source file in a certain way?

In terminal, I have compiled a source file named "file.C". I did this by typing g++ file.C -o file. Now, I'd like to know how can I use Unix commands to name the output as "helloworld....
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snap install of kotlin-native

I'm a former Java developer attempting to learn Kotlin. So far so good, but on attempting to install kotlin-native to compile to a platform other than the JVM: sudo snap install kotlin-native I get ...
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How can I reliably modify build configs and add compiler flags in C/C++ RPM files?

I need to change the build configuration of a large number of rpm files for testing purposes. I'm only speaking of C/C++ code here. I'm not necessarily looking to do automation, but I could use a hand ...
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I can't compile/install TP-Link T4u v3 drivers on Ubuntu 20.04 Focal Fossa

I am a real begginer in Linux and don't know why, I can't install my USB WiFi card drivers, I always get errors. I searched all of the Internet and tried over 10 solutions but nothing worked for me. ...
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How to set compiler specific standard headers #include paths?

What is a smart way to tell two compilers to look for their #include headers? Running on a standard Linux 86x64 system, my standard compiler is gcc (currently v9.3). Now I'd like to compile some ...
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Cross-Compilation using kernel headers

I coded a kernel module for my RaspberryPi. However, I need to cross-compile the module on my Ubuntu Development machine. I already downloaded the correct kernel-headers on my RaspberryPi and pushed ...
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Use of a user defined section name [ __attribute__((section("name")) ]

I do have some doubts about __attribute__((section("name")) .What is the real use of defining a user defined .section? Is there any examples to shows how it is useful?
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Difficulty installing gcc 7.3.1

I'm currently having some issues, trying to install the 7.3.1 gcc version. (I need this version for a specific gpu setup) I have added jonathonf's repository: add-apt repository ppa:jonathonf/gcc-...
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Native vs Cross Compile? Porting X86 for ARM Target Platform [closed]

Onlyoffice Document Server is supported and compiled for Intel platforms. Compile instructions and system requirements. This posting indicates that it is possible to compile for ARM platforms: I ...
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How do I compile something for Linux if I don't have enough space for installing GCC?

I purchased a Human Machine Interface (Exor Esmart04). Running on Linux 3.10.12, however this Linux is stripped down and does not have a C compiler. Another problem is the disk space: I've tried to ...
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Recover static library from executable

I have an existing executable for which a small amount of source code has been lost. In particular, the executable uses a few functions from a static library, and the source code for that library is ...
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Compiling the output from the Perl Compiler (B::C), I get “EXTERN.h: No such file or directory”

If I try to compile something generated by B::C, $ perl -MO=C,-omyTest.c -e'print "Hello World!";' -e syntax OK And then run `gcc myTest $ gcc ./myTest.c ./myTest.c:3:10: fatal error: EXTERN.h: No ...
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CMake Error: The source directory does not appear to contain CMakeLists.txt

I have found similar discussions from google but didn't work for me. I want to use a bioinformatics package called pompd. At the first use, the program will automatically compile another application ...
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Want to turn off "note" level messages in GCC

When I compile a C (no pluses) program using GCC, there are several levels of messages possible, like warning, error, and note. The note messages are useless and distracting. How do I make them go ...
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How do I compile the Linux kernel with Clang? [closed]

Just out of curiosity, I am interested in compiling the Linux kernel with both the clang and zapcc compilers; one at a time. I can't find a guide to follow. Only GCC is getting used to compile the ...
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Where is the documentation for my compiler located?

Background On page 5 of C++ Primer 5th edition, Exercise 1.1 asks this question: Review the documentation for you compiler and determine what file naming convention is uses. Compile and run the ...
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Current status of PCC (Portable C Compiler)?

PCC's current website (the development was taken over from the '70ies code from Stephen C. Johnson by Anders Magnusson, and mostly rewritten). It shows no activity in it's CVS repository ("cvs -d :...
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passing arguments to c++.bin

I am having the following issue when making HSAIL: [ 3%] Built target libhsail-includes [ 6%] Building CXX object libHSAIL/CMakeFiles/hsail.dir/HSAILScannerRules.cpp.o In file included from /home/...
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Are stack canaries shared via threads?

As far as I understand, stack canaries work as fllows: Upon program startup a random value is generated and stored in the thread local storage (%fs:0x28). This random value is then pushed onto the ...
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How to understand this TMG's assembly code from the Version 6 Unix?

Early versions of Unix included Doug McIlroy's tool tmg ("transmogrifier"), an early compiler-compiler. TMG was implemented in Dennis Ritchie's assembly language as well as in TMGL itself (the ...
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Linux From Scratch: Error while compiling binutils 2.32

I am working on Linux from Scratch and currently, I am on this page. While compiling binutils-2.32, I am getting this error: lfs@pop-os:/mnt/lfs/sources/binutils-2.32/build$ ../configure --prefix=/...
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How does my application in Linux know how to find libraries in the common places [duplicate]

When I compile a simple C program for Linux, how does it automatically know where to find the standard C libraries when I run it? Take the simple Hello World program for example which uses printf to ...
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How to cross compile older version of GCC under Debian?

I'm trying to build an older version of GCC toolchain for ARM under x86 because there is a bug with GCC > v5 for Cortex-M0. I'm following the combination of the following instructions: https://...
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What are the criteria for including a language in gcc? [closed]

According to man gcc, gcc supports the following languages, which you can choose from with the -x flag: c c-header cpp-output c++ c++-header c++-cpp-output objective-c objective-c-header ...
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Actual compilation differences between CPUs

For a project I intend to compile various *NIX OSs and their relative packages with different CPUs in order to maximize optimization and performance for specific systems. In order to save time and ...
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Pyenv cannot be installed in Manjaro Linux

Hello I have been trying to install pyenv on Manjaro Linux and got an error that openssl is not installed on the system.  I have now installed it. I understand that I am supposed to tell the compiler ...
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Where to find the resulting .so file of a compilation?

I just compiled xdebug as instructed on the official site. But where can I find the resulting .so file? I found one in the folder ./libs/xdebug.so and one in modules/xdebug.so. Questions Which one ...
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How do I install newer or older versions of GCC on Devuan/Debian?

Some distributions come with package sets for different versions of GCC, which you can easily install in parallel; others do not. Specifically, in Devuan ASCII / Debian Stretch, there only seem to be ...
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Red Hat 6.9 Desktop yum groupinstall Developer Tools not found? [closed]

I searched everywhere on the web for a few days, and I am still stuck... I am running Red Hat Enterprise Linux Desktop 6.9 in a virtual machine. I am using an older version because I am experimenting ...
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How to install xlc++ on AIX?

How to install the compiler xlc++ on a AIX 4.3.3. server? Where can I get the sources and instructions to installation?
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Why is LDBL_MAX 1.18973E+4932 and how is this possible?

If I write a C program to say the value of LDBL_MAX the largest value for a long double, #include <float.h> #include <stdio.h> int main(void) { const long double max = LDBL_MAX; ...
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How can I get a binary from a .py file

I need a program to compile python source code; as I found out at first I need to make a binary file from my python script. I've already checked a lot of links, but still I haven't found something ...
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Changing system wide GCC compilation options such as -DFORTIFY_SOURCE, PIE and stack_protector

This is my first StackExchange question ever, and if it is in the wrong place (UNIX and Linux vs. somewhere like Software Engineering?) please point me right! A very long time ago, I built a system ...
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Argument list too long: /bin/sh on Linux redhat

I am having a script named as test.sh, which I use to run as below, which works fine:- /root/test.sh Then i tried to compile this script using the shc compiler as below with Warning:- shc -v -r -T -...
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Does POSIX mention cc or only c99?

I know that the most recent versions of POSIX specify that a C99-compliant compiler should (optionally) be present and called c99. Similarly, older versions of POSIX used to specify an optional c89 ...
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How to install Fortran compiler on Ubuntu system without internet access?

I am working on a command-line Ubuntu system that is on a Parallella (a SOC with a RISC-based muti-core co-processor). I need a Fortran compiler to run some HPC benchmarks but my search is proving ...
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gcc - error: no acceptable C compiler found in $PATH

I am trying to install GCC from source. I am following the instructions on the wiki at https://gcc.gnu.org/wiki/InstallingGCC and also on this question on SO. I am running into issues on the ...
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