The AVR libc used with AVR GCC updated the way it declares interrupt vectors. They are no longer signals, they are vectors, and you should use the new ISR() syntax to declare them. This happened several years ago, but lots of old code is still out there, because many developers are reluctant to actually update their tools and libraries. Also, the web never forgets :-)
To make sure that all old code is updated, the GCC-specific feature of "poisoning" a symbol was used with the old symbols, so any attempt to use those symbols will give that error.
You need to update the code that uses the old symbols to use it with modern versions of avr-gcc and avr-libc (which is also what the Arduino IDE uses.)