Re: fldigi-4.1.08 install problem

David Ranch

Hello Roger,

This thread probably should be on the list as it's more appropriate for that list (more Linux and compiling centric stuff). 

With that said, Fldigi 4.1.08 does compile fine on Centos6 (aka SL6) like you previously stated though the only different on my Centos machine is:

but I don't think the fluid package is needed as I think I had added it to test for something else.  Anyway, you might want to read say:

and see if any of those hints help you.  If not, I can try building up Fldigi in a VM and see if I can reproduce.


On 10/19/2019 01:00 PM, Roger Stapleton wrote:
I hope somebody can point me in the right direction on this problem.

I have just updated the system on the home PC from Scientific Linux 6 to 
Scientific Linux 7 to match the work computer. Under SL6 I had fldigi working 
just fine. On the SL7 system I downloaded fldigi-4.1.08.tar.gz and started the 
install process.

./configure - once the missing libraries were installed it was ok

./make - runs happily until:-

    CXX      wwv/fldigi-analysis.o
    CXX      wwv/fldigi-wwv.o
    CXXLD    fldigi
/bin/ld: combo/fldigi-combo.o: undefined reference to symbol
//usr/lib64/ error adding symbols: DSO missing from command
collect2: error: ld returned 1 exit status
make[3]: *** [fldigi] Error 1

This looks like an fltk library issue. Checking what fltk libraries are 
installed I get:-


Which matches what the install notes say I need.

Ok, what obvious error I have I missed?


Roger   GM0GKR

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