On Tue, 27 Sep 2005, Cian Davis wrote:
> Complaining about the same modules.... And the only errors I get
> during compile are the undefined errors.
Hmm, well the compile worked :)
Try something like:
where gcc32 could be gcc32 or gcc33 or gcc-3.2 or gcc-3.3, etc,
depending on how your distro installs older versions of your compiler
(you might need to apt-get install it too). Presuming it's a gcc4
issue of course..
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