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[linrad] Re: Linrad make error
- Subject: [linrad] Re: Linrad make error
- From: Sergio <yahoo.it; ik2mmb@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 30 Mar 2006 15:01:28 +0200
I am a Debian user so I'm interested yet I am a bit confused. You say
you got several errors on the make which also seems not to conclude
properly; how can you possibly install it ok after? Or for 'debian new
version' you intend the testing and not the etch version. Sorry if I am
maybe misinterpreting something but maybe you can clarify for me.
I am sending this via the list as I got the following error both using
webmail from Hilltop and from home [both via Comcast], and so couldn't
get it to you directly. Also, it may have some general interest.
This is why I couldn't send it direct:
The following addresses had fatal errors:
leif@xxxxxxxxxx: 550 [PERMFAIL] destination not valid within DNS
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Subject: linrad make error
Date: Wed, 29 Mar 2006 21:35:49 -0500
I am testing Debian Etch [testing] with
OSS version: 3.99.4a
OSS build: 200603251735
Kernel version: Linux debian 2.6.15-1-686-smp #2 SMP Mon Mar 6 15:34:50
UTC 2006 i686 GNU/Linux
Kernel vermagic: 2.6.15-1-686-smp SMP 686 gcc-4.0
Modutils version: 3.2.2
Also 4.0.3-1 and nasm 0.98.38.
I find when trying to 'make' Linrad-01.35 that I get the following error:
main.o ui.o setvga.o setad.o fft1.o buf.o mouse.o wide_graph.o \
getiq.o fft0.o rxtest.o hires_graph.o fftasm.o baseb_graph.o mix2.o \
afc_graph.o hwaredriver.o sellim.o palette.o gifsave.o timing.o help.o \
calibrate.o calsub.o calsub2.o llsqvar.o llsq.o caliq.o timf2.o wcw.o \
powtim.o selvar.o fft2var.o sigvar.o screenvar.o uivar.o fft1var.o \
fft3var.o calvar.o blnkvar.o mix1.o fft1_re.o fft1_approx.o
simdasm.o blank1.o fft2.o pol_graph.o split.o afcsub.o modesub.o spur.o \
cohsub.o coherent.o eme.o spursub.o freq_control.o fft2mmxb.o fft2mmxa.o \
tune.o txtest.o network.o fft2mmxc.o hware.o morse.o coh_osc.o cwspeed.o \
netvar.o settx.o cwdetect.o txvar.o vlab.o fft3.o
/usr/bin/ld: unrecognized option '--crefmain.o'
/usr/bin/ld: use the --help option for usage information
collect2: ld returned 1 exit status
make: *** [linrad] Error 1
---------------end of make error
Linrad-02.03 installs fine without this error under the new Debian
distro and kernel!
This is just an FYI.
Since I am sending this via the list I will post a couple of other
I am playing with installing Debian testing [Etch] using Netinst, from
This installed OK except that I had to go in and set the network
parameters. For some reason netinst assumed DHCP, so I had to enter
the dnsservers and ip address/netmask/gateway stuff after install.
svgalib install ended with an error, with svgalib_helper failing to
install [of course]. Setting the NOHELPER option rendered this problem
moot. I again had to use the mdev /dev/input/mice statement to get the
mouse to work in svgalib. I had to use the VESA driver with my Intel
i810 video to get decent video resolution choices in svgalib.
OSS remains a problem. It will install and I can turn it on with
./soundon and configure it with ./soundconf, but when it is used either
via ./osstest or ./linrad, it will lock up the computer thoroughly so
that I must hold in the ac power button for about 10 seconds to shut
off the computer and then reboot. cntl-alt-del, cntl-alt-F7,
cntl-alt-F8, escape, cntl-C, etc have no effect in this situation.
To get OSS to install I had to use my usual trick of renaming
soundcore.ko to soundcore.ko.old to stop the sound from installing so
that OSS could install.
I would recommend staying with the stable form of Debian at present
[Sarge]. The most recent kernel I have gotten to work with Sarge is
2.6.12.x. Trying 22.214.171.124 got me into quite a bit of difficulty, so I
decided to just go all the way to Etch and 126.96.36.199 and see if I could
get everything working.
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