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RE: Issue in Config.guess - in system powerpc64le

From: Kumar, Awanish
Subject: RE: Issue in Config.guess - in system powerpc64le
Date: Mon, 29 Jan 2018 14:21:14 +0000

Hi - thanks for your response.

As suggested by you, I searched every occurrence of the files in the source 
directory and replace them with the downloaded file. But when I am trying to 
install its giving the old error, even the timestamp is showing " config.guess 
timestamp = 2011-10-19 ".

I don't able to find the location from where it is reading this timestamp. Is 
there any chances that this problem is related to something else?


-----Original Message-----
From: Earnie Boyd [mailto:address@hidden On Behalf Of Earnie
Sent: Thursday, January 25, 2018 8:35 PM
To: Kumar, Awanish <address@hidden>; address@hidden
Cc: Vijayakumar, Vivek Shrinivasan <address@hidden>
Subject: Re: Issue in Config.guess - in system powerpc64le

On 1/25/2018 7:45 AM, Kumar, Awanish wrote:
> Hi team,
> While installing package "R CMD INSTALL RPostgreSQL_0.6-2.tar.gz" I am
> getting below error. Error msg is saying that is saying that
> config.guess/config.sub is not able to recognize my system. See the
> below error msg.
> I have IBM powerbox system (powerpc64le-redhat-linux-gnu).
> *What we tried:*
> We followed the below instruction to replace config.guess/config.sub
> these 2 files with latest file getting from link suggested in below
> error but NO luck.

If you replaced the two files with the current from the links provided below 
then why does the date from the script error message still show the year 2012.  
You must find every occurrence of the files in the source directory and replace 
them with the downloaded file.

> *What is our observation:*
> It looks like config.guess/config.sub files are not build for IBM
> Powerbox so we are getting this error.

Maybe not, but you haven't proved that yet.  You can execute the config.guess 
file manually that you downloaded to determine that.  I just took a moment to 
look at the script.  I find this snippet which tells me that your system is 
supported by the current script.

echo powerpc64le-unknown-linux-"$LIBC"
exit ;;

> Need your assistance to resolve this problem. For any query you can
> reach back to me.

Replace all files named config.guess and config.sub with the current ones from 
the repository.

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