The headers in /usr/include/linux are used to compile the C library (usually glibc on Linux). Or does it just tell you what's supposed to be in the package? Topics: Active | Unanswered Index »Creating & Modifying Packages »[Solved] Cannot build any C programs Pages: 1 #1 2009-09-21 22:13:13 slyson Member Registered: 2008-03-23 Posts: 24 [Solved] Cannot build any C I fixed that with this: sudo ln -s /usr/lib/gcc/x86_64-linux-gnu/4.8 /usr/local/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu Now that I've done this, both clang-3.4 and clang-3.5 will work, although not simultaneously because Ubuntu supports multiple versions of GCC his comment is here
yba View Public Profile View LQ Blog View Review Entries View HCL Entries View LQ Wiki Contributions Find More Posts by yba 03-05-2015, 05:13 PM #9 debguy Member Registered: Why are you guys still have clang-3.2 as default anyway? Comment 3 Vladimir Voskresensky 2011-09-20 20:23:04 UTC Go to Tools->Options->C++->Build Tools and press "Restore Defaults" button. Will I get the same result if I use 18-55mm lens at 55mm (full zoom) and 55-200mm lens at 55mm (no zoom), if not, then why? https://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=674047
Sorry, for the delayed reply. So it all boils down to the CPP (C Pre-Processor) being called as the first part of a C compilation chain. Affecting: llvm-defaults (Ubuntu) Filed here by: Mike Pedersen When: 2013-10-20 Confirmed: 2013-10-21 Started work: 2015-12-28 Completed: 2015-12-28 Target Distribution Baltix BOSS Juju Charms Collection Elbuntu Guadalinex Guadalinex Edu Kiwi Linux nUbuntu
You can get that and other useful build packages with 'sudo apt-get install build-essential'. Done Building dependency tree Reading state information... The issue seems related to the fact that gcc-4.9 exists at this point in time, but g++-4.9 does not. So this implies that the x86_64-linux-gnu/ path is simply inserted into /usr/include/*/sys/ like this: /usr/include/x86_64-linux-gnu/sys/ptrace.h At least that is what I initially thought in an earlier version of this question.
In either case it is important that the PGI header files get read first, so the include directory order is very important. I decided the path of least harm was to create symlinks like this: $ ls -l /usr/include/c++/ lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 3 Dec 20 15:50 backward -> 4.8 lrwxrwxrwx 1 root asked 1 year ago viewed 1421 times active 8 months ago Upcoming Events 2016 Community Moderator Election ends Nov 22 Linked 3 Why is stddef.h not in /usr/include? start nb with option --userdir /path/to/folder) - and without importing options from old NB instance?
Not the answer you're looking for? From: "Bill C. After mounting g77, all the old steps in the instructions of installation of 'pgplot' need not to change. Reason: Forgot one sentence Adv Reply November 18th, 2009 #4 earthforce_1 View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Spilled the Beans Join Date Dec 2007 Beans 14 DistroUbuntu 7.10 Gutsy
Which software are you trying to compile ? ? http://superuser.com/questions/981780/how-does-gcc-find-the-following-header-file So, you may have to install libc6-dev even if you have build-essentials. clang++ cannot link anything because: clang++ -v -E cennik.cc -o cennik Ubuntu clang version 3.5-1ubuntu1 (trunk) (based on LLVM 3.5) Target: x86_64-pc-linux-gnu Thread model: posix Found candidate GCC installation: /usr/bin/../lib/gcc/i686-linux-gnu/4.8 Found Last edited by slyson (2009-09-22 13:19:49) Offline Pages: 1 Index »Creating & Modifying Packages »[Solved] Cannot build any C programs Board footer Jump to Newbie Corner Installation Kernel & Hardware Applications
Thanks for reading and help yba View Public Profile View LQ Blog View Review Entries View HCL Entries View LQ Wiki Contributions Find More Posts by yba 06-15-2011, 07:47 AM http://ibuildsystem.com/ubuntu-cannot/ubuntu-cannot-find-lxmu.php Find More Posts by debguy 03-06-2015, 12:04 AM #11 NevemTeve Senior Member Registered: Oct 2011 Location: Budapest Distribution: Debian/GNU/Linux, AIX Posts: 2,949 Rep: Sorry, I cannot follow you. Debian Bug tracker #705418 Debian Bug tracker #705957 URL: The information about this bug in Launchpad is automatically pulled daily from the remote bug. yba View Public Profile View LQ Blog View Review Entries View HCL Entries View LQ Wiki Contributions Find More Posts by yba 06-09-2011, 09:28 AM #2 knudfl LQ 5k Club
If you look at the verbose 'dryrun output' ============================================= ubuntu1404% pgcc -dryrun -c x.c Reading rcfile /home/tull/Downloads/pgi1510/linux86-64/15.10/bin/.pgccrc Reading rcfile /home/tull/Downloads/pgi1510/linux86-64/15.10/bin/nativerc Reading rcfile /home/tull/Downloads/pgi1510/linux86-64/15.10/bin/fnativerc Reading rcfile /home/tull/Downloads/pgi1510/linux86-64/15.10/bin/ccrc Reading rcfile /home/tull/Downloads/pgi1510/linux86-64/15.10/bin/x86rc Reading rcfile Just Reparsing the project did not help. Done Building dependency tree Reading state information... weblink Handles into static data are fine, too, but will generate this error message unless it is suppressed. (Use -mutrep to inhibit warning) /usr/lib/gcc/i486-linux-gnu/4.0.2/include/stddef.h:326:13: Datatype wchar_t declared with inconsistent type: int load
share|improve this answer edited Jul 8 '15 at 9:00 answered Jul 8 '15 at 6:48 P.P. 59.4k768121 does - <<< is a specific syntax for gcc, that is, it Description igagis 2011-09-20 19:15:12 UTC I have Ubuntu system and gcc/g++-4.5.2 installed. As you mentioned, I ran the command pgcc -dryrun matrixMul.c and got the following output ============================================================== Reading rcfile /home/ik/documents/pgi/linux86-64/15.10/bin/.pgccrc Reading rcfile /home/ik/documents/pgi/linux86-64/15.10/bin/nativerc Reading rcfile /home/ik/documents/pgi/linux86-64/15.10/bin/fnativerc Reading rcfile /home/ik/documents/pgi/linux86-64/15.10/bin/ccrc Reading rcfile /home/ik/documents/pgi/linux86-64/15.10/bin/x86rc
but also forced use of allot of things that are HIGHLY questionable both in code and in intent we then ALSO see certain people holding what isn't broken while others struggle i refuse to run it - looks like it does allot of guessing, is badly coded, and will do more harm than good. On a normal Unix system, if you do not instruct it otherwise, it will look for headers requested with #include
Copy-paste the full error message, starting from the command line executed by 'make', here. I have not tried LLVM 3.4 on Ubuntu so I don't know if createing a symlink to ../../llvm-3.4/lib/clang/3.4/include will fix the problem, but it does seem likely. There also seem to be issues where Clang is searching only for /usr/include/c++ without adding an appropriate version number. http://ibuildsystem.com/ubuntu-cannot/ubuntu-cannot-find-x-includes.php C# TBB updating metadata value Mimsy were the Borogoves - why is "mimsy" an adjective?
up vote 2 down vote Short of delving into the GCC source code, I can't give you a "why", but I can tell you that the version of GCC I have EDIT: The output of echo '#include
The currently searched header directories can be found with: clang++ -E -x c++ - -v < /dev/null Assuming a test file 'file.cpp' that includes a failing header, you can see where OTOH, <<< is bash specific (which is the default shell on most Linux distros), called as "here strings". was it to save 200 bytes ? Václav Haisman (vzeman79) wrote on 2014-01-31: #11 #10 has worked for me as well.
At first I also met the problem to find out cc1, after I re-install gcc , this error has disappeared.But another error appears when I do 'make'. debian6-linux (dpkg): gcc-4.4: /usr/lib/gcc/i486-linux-gnu/4.4/include/stddef.h 2. I am still unable to compile the sample codes. No more mystery impossible-to-find files!
Try -Qk instead. (pacman -Qk gcc) Offline #6 2009-09-21 23:50:50 slyson Member Registered: 2008-03-23 Posts: 24 Re: [Solved] Cannot build any C programs pacman -Qk gcc gcc: 1504 total, 0 missing User contributions on this site are licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution Share Alike 4.0 International License. Sergei Steshenko View Public Profile View LQ Blog View Review Entries View HCL Entries Find More Posts by Sergei Steshenko 06-15-2011, 06:52 AM #4 yba LQ Newbie Registered: Aug Need to get default include search paths from the output of the following command: $ echo "" | g++ - -v -E here is the excerpt from the command output: ...
Can proliferate be applied to loyalty counters? Technically, /usr/include/x86_64-linux-gnu/ is not explicitly set in the first output, but /usr/include/ definitely is.