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Pilot-Link does not compile
Authored by: macubergeek on Oct 15, '03 08:06:55PM

followed the instructions, what little there were
gcc -g -O2 -o .libs/pilot-datebook getopt.o getopt1.o parsedate.o pilot-datebook.o pilot-datebook-compare.o pilot-datebook-csv.o pilot-datebook-data.o pilot-datebook-hotsync.o pilot-datebook-ical.o pilot-datebook-io.o pilot-datebook-job.o pilot-datebook-joblist.o pilot-datebook-longtxt.o pilot-datebook-pdb.o pilot-datebook-remind.o pilot-datebook-shorttxt.o pilot-datebook-sort.o pilot-datebook-update.o pilot-datebook-windat.o -L../../libpisock/.libs -lpisock -lreadline
ld: can't locate file for: -lreadline
make[3]: *** [pilot-datebook] Error 1
make[2]: *** [all-recursive] Error 1
make[1]: *** [all-recursive] Error 1
make: *** [all] Error 2

While I appreciate the effort put forward, the result is still crap

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Pilot-Link does not compile
Authored by: eduo on Oct 17, '03 04:17:03PM

My friend, you are no geek and for sure not an "uber" one either.

The result is not crap. What you sent in your comment had NOTHING to do with the original post. No compiling is necessary, not is running any pilot-link.

You only need pilot-link if you're either too astray from the original instructions or if you're stubbornly deciding to use a third-party sync tool, in which case the original instructions have NOTHING to do with your problems.

I do agree in one thing, tho'. Pilot-link is pure crap.


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