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[lcdproc] Automake - how?

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  • From: andrew AT (Andrew Moyns)
  • Subject: [lcdproc] Automake - how?
  • Date: Tue, 28 Dec 1999 14:16:20 -0000

----- Original Message -----
From: Bjorn Andersson
<ban AT>
To: Andrew Moyns
<andrew AT>
<lcdproc AT>
Sent: 28 December 1999 07:15
Subject: Re: [lcdproc] Automake - how?

> On Mon, Dec 27 1999, at 23:14:26 -0000, Andrew Moyns wrote:
> > Fiddled that error, configure now completes. Is this a shell problem ?
> > (bash v2.02.1(1)) What's with all the "command not found", what
> Enter the following line right after '#! /bin/sh' in the
> configure script:
> set -x
> And then run configure again. It should now output all commands
> that it is running, so you can find out what command it doesn't
> find. I'll try to help if you send me the output.

Thanks for the tip. I ran the commands
[edit configure]
./configure >conf.dump 2>conf.dump2
with a new clean set of files, and output is attached. Configure seems to
complete OK with the set -x. Don't understand why!

Upon "make", I still get...

make[3]: Entering directory `/root/lcdproccvs/lcdproc/clients/lcdproc'
[some lines removed]
gcc -DHAVE_CONFIG_H -I. -I. -I../.. -Wall -Wp,-lang-c-c++-comments -O6 -
Wno-unused -c disk.c
disk.c:88: #error "statfs for this system noy yet supported"
make[3]: *** [disk.o] Error 1

and if I remove the lcdproc client program from the makefiles, it continues
until :-

make[3]: Entering directory `/root/lcdproccvs/lcdproc/server/drivers'
Makefile:298: *** missing separator (did you mean TAB instead of 8 spaces?).

Most confusing.


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