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Re: missing .x files

From: Dale P. Smith
Subject: Re: missing .x files
Date: Thu, 28 Jun 2001 21:27:39 -0400

Marius Vollmer wrote:
> "Dale P. Smith" <address@hidden> writes:
> > I just tried to compile cvs guile on a cobalt Qube 3 (intel, 2.2.x
> > kernel, hacked over RedHat distro) from a "make dist" that I made on my
> > Debian unstable (latest auto* tools) machine.
> Works for me.  That is, I can build a distro that I made with "make
> dist" on one box on the same box ("make distcheck" works, too).  Can
> you build your distro on Debian unstable?

As in "make dist"?  Yes, that's what I did.  But "make distcheck"
fails.  No wait. I just tried it, and it worked.  I'm going wackky or
something.  I'll try to build again from the fresh tar.gz on the qube

> > automake is 1.4
> > autoconf is 2.13
> > libtool is 1.3.4
> >
> > Is there a problem with these tools?
> Are these the tools on the Qube or on Debian?  It shouldn't really
> matter what autostuff you have on the Qube.  On Debian unstable, you
> should have the latest and greatest, I think.

These are the tools on the Qube.  My Debian machine has the right tools
to build from cvs. let's see: autoconf 2.50, automake 1.4-p4, libtool
1.4.  My machine should be fine.  I didn't think the auto* stuff was
necessary when building from a distributed tat.gz.

Dale P. Smith
Treasurer, Cleveland Linux Users Group http://cleveland.lug.net
Senior Systems Consultant, Altus Technologies Corporation
440-746-9000 x309

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