Robin Hankin on Wed, 02 May 2007 16:02:00 +0200

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Re: compilation problem

Hello Loïc

thanks for this...

I maybe should have mentioned that I installed gmp-4.2.1 just
this morning; it (apparently) passed "make check".

On 2 May 2007, at 14:35, Loic Grenie wrote:

As a temporary fix for the multiple definitions, you can try to copy the last line of gcc and remove from it the "-L/usr/lib -lncurses". It looks as if there are some redundant symbols. If the compilation fails with symbols missing, you can try removing only "-L/usr/lib" and see if this improves the

I don't quite follow this. What file exactly do I edit the last line of?
(my gcc is a binary executable)

On a different track, your library /usr/local/lib/libgmp.a looks to be in a rather bad state. You should try to recompile and/or reinstall it.

     Hope this helps,

      Loïc Grenié

Robin Hankin
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