Problem w/ simple Hello World compiled w/ g++
dmitry.mityugov at gmail.com
Tue Jun 7 19:12:10 GMT 2005
On 6/7/05, Keyser <keyser456 at verizon.net> wrote:
> I know quite a bit about programming, but not a lot about FreeBSD. I've been pulling my hair out all morning just trying to get an unbelievably simple c++ "Hello World" program to run (it compiles fine) under FreeBSD. Here's the source:
> #include <iostream>
> using namespace std;
> int main()
> cout << "Hello world!" << endl;
> return 0;
> I use g++ and it compiles fine, but I get an error immediately after running the program:
> # g++ -v
> Using built-in specs.
> Configured with: FreeBSD/i386 system compiler
> Thread model: posix
> gcc version 3.4.2 [FreeBSD] 20040728
> # ls
> # g++ -o helloworld helloworld.cpp
> # ls
> helloworld helloworld.cpp
> # ./helloworld
> Segmentation fault (core dumped)
> Do I have missing or out of date libraries (not sure how that's possible since I'm using the > latest version of FreeBSD, 5.4) or something and how do I remedy that situation? Also, I > haven't "added" anything else related to development yet, and wouldn't expect I'd have to > just to get a Hello World program to run properly, but maybe I'm wrong?
Cannot reproduce. Your program runs fine on my FreeBSD 5.4 machine.
What directory are you compiling and running the program from?
"We live less by imagination than despite it" - Rockwell Kent, "N by E"
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