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[Condor-users] condor_compile / linker problem

Hi all,

I'm having problems getting "condor_compile" to work on a Debian Sarge box with Condor-6.6.8. "condor_compile" isn't invoking the correct linker. I have checked out the FAQ, but that wasn't any help. My PATH has /usr/bin *first*, as the error message suggests:

guest@lcrc-tutorial-001:~/condor-examples$ echo $PATH

Any ideas on what else could be causing this linker problem?

-Mike Dvorak

guest@lcrc-tutorial-001:~/condor-examples$ make
condor_compile g++ -o env.remote env.C
/tmp/ccuPEB02.o(.text+0x395): In function `main':
: undefined reference to `ckpt'
/tmp/ccuPEB02.o(.text+0x3eb): In function `main':
: undefined reference to `ckpt'
collect2: ld returned 1 exit status
ERROR: Internal ld was not invoked!
ERROR: Executable may not be linked properly for Condor!
ERROR: For users of Condor on Linux, we highly recommend
ERROR: using the default compiler that came with the
ERROR: distribution. Usually placing /usr/bin first in
ERROR: your path will remedy this error.
ERROR: To learn more about this error, visit this web page:
ERROR: http://www.cs.wisc.edu/condor/manual/faq.html
ERROR: and read the FAQ entry about this problem for your
ERROR: revision of Condor.
make: *** [env.remote] Error 1

Mike Dvorak
Assistant Scientific Application Engineer
Laboratory Computing Resource Center
Argonne National Laboratory
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