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Make timestame error

From: David Bishop
Subject: Make timestame error
Date: Wed, 18 Oct 2000 09:08:38 -0400


I'm running GNU Make version 3.76.1, and using one machine to edit files
on, and another to compile on.  I'm getting the following error from

> make: *** Warning: File `<path_to_file_on_server_above' has modification 
> time in the future
> make: *** Warning:  Clock skew detected.  Your build may be incomplete.

Both machines in question are variations on the SUN Ultra Sparc.  Both
clock boards (the mother board in one case) have been replaced.
"sync" has been checked and verified to be running, but we are still
getting the error.

Any ideas?  Right now we are having the user edit on the remote machine,
but he isn't getting the response he'd like from it across the net.

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