It is not found. What that means is that when I was compiling the packages, all of the.so files were found, but there was no.so file for package libffi. This is not good news. We are trying to use the latest stable version of the library, so things should work fine now. But if things don’t work well, we may consider moving to a newer version of the library.
This library is not found. The library should be found by your system.
Package configuration for libffi is not found. To fix this, use the -fPIC option. If you find that package configuration for libffi is not found, the most likely reason is because you are trying to build the package on your system using the system’s static linking, rather than the dynamic linking provided by gcc.
If you find that package configuration for libffi is not found, the most likely reason is that you are trying to build the package on your system using the systems static linking, rather than the dynamic linking provided by gcc.
libffi is a library for the fast access to native C function for C programs written in C. It’s part of the GNU C library.
It is actually a very nice piece of software. It’s used to make C programs run faster. The big problem in making libffi work is that the system static linking isn’t going to work on your system. You need to use the dynamic linking provided by gcc. It’s not a big deal because of how much stuff you can do with libffi. It’s actually a very nice piece of software. It’s used to make C programs run faster.
It actually does work, but you always need to set the -fno-stack-protector option to get stack to work when using libffi. Otherwise, the system will try to allocate the stack for you by using a stack-protector instruction. The problem with libffi is that it doesnt work on the systems I’m using. So I am going to recommend that you use your own build system.
The main thing is, you shouldnt have to worry about stack protection when using libffi. If your program is calling into libffi, you should be able to compile and link it without it. The only thing that might cause a problem is if you have some code in your program that depends on a library that is not found when you compile.
I have also seen many people using the stack-protector instruction to declare a function as internal in their program. This is a terrible idea, and it will completely break your build. It is probably best to leave the internal declaration as optional.