[distcc] DistCC on Cygwin with FreeBSD Target?

Martin Pool mbp at sourcefrog.net
Sat Jan 21 22:33:36 GMT 2006

On 20 Jan 2006, Scott Spare <scuppers at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello,
> I wondered whether anyone has had luck running a DistCC server on Cygwin with
> FreeBSD as a client / target.
> I tried this, and it failed spectacularly - with errors about libraries...
> I would like to add some documentation to the FreeBSD port of DistCC on how to
> get it working with FreeBSD as a target...  the BSd's seem to handle lib*.so
> differently and I'd like to pass these targets correctly to the compiler.
> If anyone out there is a developer (or knows the guts) and would like to
> collaborate on getting the right docs together and adding them to the port, I
> can donate time for the writing.
> Mainly I am a tech writer and freebsd enthusiast who wants to see it work, but
> I will contribute what I can if someone steers me in the right direction... :-)

Any compile command that involves libraries is really a linker
invocation and should be done locally on the client, without involving
the server at all.  

Can you please post an example of a command that fails and the verbose
distcc log for it?

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