undefined reference to fstat
cwiegand at dimensional.com
Sun Dec 27 16:28:27 CET 1998
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I've tried compiling gpg 0.9 under both egcc 2.91.60 and gcc 126.96.36.199 using
glibc 2.0.7 using Debian Linux (2.1/Slink), and keep getting this error:
../util/libutil.a(iobuf.o): In function `iobuf_get_filelength':
/tmp/gnupg-0.9.0/util/iobuf.c:1141: undefined reference to `fstat'
/tmp/gnupg-0.9.0/util/iobuf.c:1152: undefined reference to `fstat'
If I take out those lines, it compiles, however, I don't know why it can't
find fstat - but then, neither can I on my machine in /usr/include and
/usr/local/include and /usr/src/linux/include....where should this file be?
Which header is supposed to have this call? I think I recall this command in
ANSI C somewhere, but can't find it in my books. Anyone know about this?
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