I am very appreciated to your reply, thank you very much !!!
When I excute the command : ldd ./ccgame, give result : ./ldd: not
found . what can I do for that ?
If as you say ,require the c++ runtime libraries on the target .
firstly , my test program is coded by C ,not C++ , if it also require c++
secondly, my target flash is very limited, the C++ runtime libraries is very
From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com]On Behalf Of Geert
Sent: 2004年9月5日 4:44
To: Li Shishan
Cc: Linux/MIPS Development
Subject: Re: Why the program complied by mips-linux-g++ cann't run on
the target machine
On Sat, 4 Sep 2004, Li Shishan wrote:
> I use the mips-linux-g++ complie a program. and I excuted
> it on the target machine , but cann't, what's wrong?
> For example:
> For PC, I use g++ -c -o ccgame.o ccgame.cpp
> g++ -o ccgame ./ccgame.o
> execute it will give: Hello, world!
> For the target board, I use mips-linux-g++ -c -o ccgame.o
> mips-linux-g++ -o ccgame
> excute it will give " /bin/sh: ./ccgame: not found".
> Is there something wrong?
Look like you didn't install the C++ runtime libraries on the target.
What does `ldd ./ccgame' say?
Geert Uytterhoeven -- There's lots of Linux beyond ia32 -- firstname.lastname@example.org
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