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Re: File in wrong format



Benjamin Klimpel wrote:

> Does anybody knows whats this means?
>
> linux:/axis/axis/test/ghostscript-7.07 # ./obj/gs.o: could not read 
> symbols: File in wrong format
> -bash: ./obj/gs.o:: No such file or directory

This most likely means gs.o was compiled for a different architecture 
than expected (i.e. you are trying
to link an object compiled for cris with one compiled for x86).

> i started the configure with this:
> env AS=cris-as CC="cris-gcc -mlinux" OBJCOPY="objcopy-cris" LD="ld-cris \
> -mcrislinux"  RANLIB=cris-ranlib AR=cris-ar NM=cris-nm STRIP=cris-strip \
> ./configure --host=cris-axis-linux-gnu

I'm pretty sure that's not correct - unless you are actually compiling 
on the Etrax itself, you should
start configure with '--target=cris-axis-linux-gnu' (--host specifies 
the system you are compiling on,
and rarely needs to be expicitely set, since configure can usually 
figure this out by itself).

With kind regards,
Eric