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Old 12-18-2003, 02:22 PM   #1
Eric F
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strange gcc compilation errors in Tru64 UNIX


I'm running Tru64 UNIX.

Every time I compile a file using gcc, I get the following error:

mips-tfile:Symbol table is not last (symbol table ends at 2496, .o ends at 2528

Every file I try gives the same error except the numbers are different. There is always a difference of 32 between the numbers.

I'm trying to compile C programs that compile fine in the regular UNIX C compiler (cc).

Any ideas as to what can cause this and what to do to fix it?
 
  


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