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Re: [platform-testers] coreutils-8.15.74-be17e3 build failure on FreeBSD
Re: [platform-testers] coreutils-8.15.74-be17e3 build failure on FreeBSD 9.0 x86
Sun, 05 Aug 2012 15:33:29 +0200
Nelson H. F. Beebe wrote:
> My normal builds of coreutils-8.15.74-be17e3 failed on
> FreeBSD 9.0 x86 like this:
> That got further, then died with
> CCLD timeout
> timeout.o: In function `settimeout':
> /local/build/cc/coreutils-8.15.74-be17e3/src/timeout.c:118: undefined
> reference to `timer_create'
> /local/build/cc/coreutils-8.15.74-be17e3/src/timeout.c:120: undefined
> reference to `timer_settime'
> /local/build/cc/coreutils-8.15.74-be17e3/src/timeout.c:125: undefined
> reference to `timer_delete'
> I tried again with
> % make LIBS=-lpthread
> but the same failure occurred.
> Yet another try with
> % make LIBS='-lpthread -lrt'
> still failed; the symbols in -lrt provide these names:
> 00000100 T __timer_create
> 000000a0 T __timer_delete
> 00000060 T __timer_getoverrun
> 00000080 T __timer_gettime
> 00000030 T __timer_oshandle
> 00000040 T __timer_settime
In preparing for coreutils-8.18, I tried to build on that same
FreeBSD 9.0 system, and it still failed just as it did for you, above.
The root cause is that you have an empty /usr/local/lib/librt.a, but
configure found that -lrt worked before it added the -L/usr/local/lib
it required in order to get a working -liconv.
The problem: using -L/usr/local/lib meant our -lrt (required for the timer_*
functions) would then resolve to the empty /usr/local/lib/librt.a:
freebsd$ nm /usr/local/lib/librt.a
00000000 T empty
We want the one in /usr/lib:
freebsd$ nm /usr/lib/librt.a|grep timer_c
00000100 T __timer_create
00000100 W _timer_create
00000100 W timer_create
If you simply remove the empty library, all should be well:
rm -f /usr/local/lib/librt.a
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