Category : linker-errors

I am working on a shceduler program designed to take in multiple processes, assign them an id, priority number, and burst time, then add them to a queue. a scheduler will call these processes, print out their information (i.e id, time in system…), then delist/ pop them off the queue) when I try to compile ..

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I have a small project where I capture video from my camera and apply filters on it, then display it. For the video capturing+processing I am using the Open Framework project. I’m applying the filters in the ofApp::Update method. The Update method from ofApp.cpp void ofApp::update(){ ofBackground(150,150,150); vidGrabber.update(); if (vidGrabber.isFrameNew()){ unsigned char * pixels = ..

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Hello I was working on a C++ project, and had a cmake file that was working just fine, until I tried to add cuda into the C++ project. I am building this project on the NVIDIA Jetson Nano. I get this error while building: [ 86%] Linking CUDA device code CMakeFiles/TRADING_BOT.dir/cmake_device_link.o I run my cmake ..

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Hello I was working on a C++ project, and had a cmake file that was working just fine, until I tried to add cuda into the C++ project. I am building this project on the NVIDIA Jetson Nano. I get this error while building: nvlink fatal : Could not open input file ‘CMakeFiles/MY_APP.dir/src/MY_APP.cpp.o’ (target: sm_35) ..

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I am trying to find out why I keep getting this error: /home/jamie/CLionProjects/FFT_Microservice_2/Google_tests/../TrivialBusinessLogic.h:15: undefined reference to `vtable for fft_microservice::TrivialBusinessLogic’ I have already checked that I defined all virtual methods in the abstract base class. Is it possible something else causes this? Abstract Base Class: // BusinessLogic.h #include <vector> #include <atomic> #include "Fifo.h" namespace fft_microservice { ..

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