You could be getting a link error because you appear to have specified CPU=PPC603 while compiling.If you look under $(WIND_BASE)/target/lib/ppc, you'll see two directories: PPC32 and PPC603. The latter should not really be there as it is created if the CPU type specified is not right. It contains only partial libraries; instead of compiling new code and updating the libaries in target/lib/ppc/PPC32. You created new partially-populated libraries in target/lib/ppc/PPC603. The linker scripts happen to find the PPC603 directory first when you go to link your image, but since the libraries are incomplete, you are getting link errors. Try the following and see if it fixes the issue:
% cd %(WIND_BASE)/target/lib/ppc
% /bin/rm -fr PPC603
Hope this helps.
Also, please create a new thread for this issue--this thread is obsolete and no longer tracked by National Instruments.