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On 10/07/2016 02:21 AM, Батищев Ростислав wrote:
When assembling the compiler writes an error
error: we need at least GNU sed 4.x
The system installed version 4.2.2.
Without further technical details, it is hard to know what is the issue here.
Some general suggestions:
1. see which 'sed' is available on the $PATH,
and ensure it is actually gnu sed. Example:
$ which sed
$ /bin/sed --version
2. try to examine the build commands for your compiler,
and see if they do modify the path, or use a different sed
3. examine the build commands for the compiler,
and try to see which features it is trying to
use and they fail (making it think you do not have a suitable 'sed' installed).
If none of the above helps, please provide us with detailed
information about the program you are trying to build,
what are the commands you are running,
in addition to the errors that are shown.
- bug#24636: sed, Батищев Ростислав, 2016/10/07
- bug#24636: sed,
Assaf Gordon <=