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Re: Network compilation problems
Could you share your solution? It might be useful to someone else.
At 06:53 PM 5/5/2005, Steven Johnson wrote:
Ive solved my own problem.
Sorry about that.
Steven Johnson wrote:
Ive compiled RTEMS 4.6.2 for MPC862 no problems. (Been doing this
for a while now).
Ive got my application, which works fine under RTEMS, has been for
Now ive gone to add Ethernet support.
Ive started writing my driver (yes i know one already existis), but
trust me, i like writing my own drivers.
Anyway, the problem is i am getting out of the compile:
/opt/rtems-4.6/powerpc-rtems/include/stdlib.h:66: declaration of C function `
void rtems_bsdnet_free(void*)' conflicts with
mpc8xx-rtems/include/sys/malloc.h:351: previous declaration `
void rtems_bsdnet_free(void*, int)' here
/opt/rtems-4.6/powerpc-rtems/include/stdlib.h:73: declaration of C function `
void* rtems_bsdnet_malloc(unsigned int)' conflicts with
mpc8xx-rtems/include/sys/malloc.h:352: previous declaration `
void* rtems_bsdnet_malloc(long unsigned int, int, int)' here
But if i look in those places, these things arent defined, just malloc.
Why is this happening?
What have i done wrong?
This just looks weird, why would there be two different
declarations for malloc?
Any suggestions would be helpful.
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