works fine if you do:
a) compile your module to relocatable object part1.o
b) ld -r -o part.o part1.o libgcc.a
where libgcc.a is in the output of "locate libgcc.a" - chose the one that
On Wed, 2 Aug 2000, sat wrote:
> Hello all,
> I am having a small problem with the data type __u64 as my module uses
> variable operations with that type.The module is getting compiled but when I
> try to link it , it fails giving error " __udivdi3 symbol not recognised."
> Does this mean that it can be done only in case of alpha architectures.
> I also tried a small program with "unsigned long long "and it worked fine
> does that mean, probably ,gcc is taking care of its internal manipulations.
> But seems like these operations are not supported in case of modules or kernel
> level programming ..?
> please enlighten me about it..
> waiting for a reply,
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