ian.porter3 at ntlworld.com
Wed Jan 29 21:50:06 UTC 2003
On Wednesday 29 Jan 2003 12:49 pm, you wrote:
> > Hi
> > Not sure why I did a search for the *.la and not the *.a library file but
> > the libjpeg.a is in the same place, /usr/lib/, but I am still getting the
> > same errors about not finding the reference to the function.
> > > Image.o: In function `DecodeJPG(jpeg_decompress_struct*, tImage*)':
> > > Image.o(.text+0x782): undefined reference to
> > > `jpeg_read_header(jpeg_decompress_struct*, int)'
> > Is there anything that I may be missing or miss done ?
> > Thanks for the help
> > Ian
> AFAIK, libjpeg does not come with the standard NetBSD installation but is
> part of the NetBSD Package Collection and can be found in
> pkgsrc/graphics/jpeg, of which jpeg_read_header is part thereof - see
> husky# nm /usr/pkg/lib/libjpeg.a | grep jpeg_read_header
> 00000320 T jpeg_read_header
I seem to have the information found in the libjpeg.a file as you do, in a
different place, but I assume that this should be ok ?
[ian at localhost BSPLoader_OGL]$ nm /usr/lib/libjpeg.a | grep jpeg_read_header
000001c0 T jpeg_read_header
I have also re-installed all of the libjpeg from the mandrake v9.0 disks so
hopefully I should have all of the information required ?
I have installed
Is there any other packages that I require ?
> I only can assume that your libjpeg library was installed manually and is
> missing certain features. Try installing libjpeg from the package
> collection should get you a step further.
> cheerio Berndt
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