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undefined reference to `sigignore'

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alexjingsi
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I'm a college student and I'm poring the phoneMe advance mr2 to my arm-linux based set-top-box now. My device uses the system arm-linux 926. I use the source codes of phoneme_advanced-mr2-dev-src-b97-20_nov_2008, when I cross compile it, error occurs as described in the another thread . When I change the include path to fix the bug caused by the zconf.h, I see another error as below,

Linking /home/alex/workspace/phoneme_advance_b97/cdc/build/linux-arm-generic/./bin/cvm
obj/globals_md.o: In function `CVMinitStaticState':globals_md.c:(.text+0x68): undefined reference to `sigignore'
make[1]:Leaving the folder `/home/alex/workspace/phoneme_advance_b97/cdc/build/linux-arm-generic'
:globals_md.c:(.text+0x70): undefined reference to `sigignore'
collect2: ld returned 1

I find that the function 'sigignore' is included in signal.h, and this file is located in many paths, such as the /usr/include/signal.h. I wonder how to fix this problem to compile the phoneme advance successfully, could anybody give me some directions please? Another question, I need to port a cvm which supports the profile midp 2.0 and can run the midLet in the set-top-box, my device uses the directfb, is it possible to use advance mr2 to meet the demand ?

Thanks for your concern.

Best regards,
Alex

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alexjingsi
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thanks for your concern, and I've solved this problem according to this site