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QuestionPNG image shown is missing 1 pixel right and 1 pixel bottom Pin
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QuestionIGNORE THIS !!! file not recognized: File format not recognized Pin
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Vaclav_ wrote:
The error is little confusing - skipping and cannot find it - both ?

Not really. The linker found a copy of the lib, but it has the wrong architechture, so it skipped over that one, but then did not find a suitable candidate. If you had x86, x86-64, PowerPC and MIPS versions of that lib, I expect you would get skipped messages for each.

I notice you're calling /usr/bin/ld. If you are cross compiling for an rpi, should that be calling /usr/bin/arm-linux-guneeabihf-ld? I think maybe you've misconfigured your project to produce X86 output, and not ARM.
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Questionreplace words in a file Pin
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QuestionLinking libraries - follow-up- gcc++ won't link Pin
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