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Re: [vox-tech] Problems with GCC (or make?)
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Re: [vox-tech] Problems with GCC (or make?)




----- Original Message -----
From: "ME" <dugan@passwall.com>
To: <vox-tech@franz.mother.com>
Sent: Tuesday, July 31, 2001 8:03 PM
Subject: Re: [vox-tech] Problems with GCC (or make?)


> I generally tend to stay out of compiler problems, and coding as my skills
> in this arena are not as good as I would like, and more complete views of
> a topic make troubleshooting easier. :-)
>
> Sorry, I have not been paing attention to this thread too much, but have
> a simple thought:
>
> Summary of your issue:
>
> 1) when you run "./configure" or make "config" or src distros with
> autoconf you get a busted process that is incomplete before actual
> compilation and linking takes place
> 2) when you run make on a manually edited Makefile all goes well
>
> Question:
> Do you have bash installed and is it a current version? (If you only have
> sh (bourne shell, not bourne again shell) then you may have a b0rken
> (broken) or incomplete copy and the configure/config scriupt may be
> relying upon extended functions not found in sh, but found in bash.

Yes, I have the most current version.

> Also, if that fails, try getting a new gcc package or try compiling a new
> gcc once you have a new bash.

Tried that too =(

> Hope you can use something here to solve your issue. Sorry if this
> suggestion has been offered as I was exercising my short attention span.

Well, thanks for suggesting.  =)

My rat just pooped on my shoulder :-\




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