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Clock skew detected

From: gk
Subject: Clock skew detected
Date: Tue, 01 Apr 2003 23:17:38 -0800

I am getting this error message concerning a file, 'XMakefile.mko', which is auto-generated by my makefile:

make[1]: Warning: File `/home/greg/xmake/test/XMakeSubProject1/XMakeSubProject2/XMakefile.mko' has modification time 1.1 s in the future
make[1]: warning:  Clock skew detected.  Your build may be incomplete.

After deleting the file, the same message happens again.

I am running on the latest Cygwin with Windows 2000:
* Red Hat Cygwin: cygwin1.dll version 1.3.22
        + GNU bash, version 2.05.8(1)-release

I compiled Gnu Make 3.80 from source, with patches applied for bugs 1516 and 1517. This version of Gnu Make has worked fine for months on my linux box; never saw this error before.

There were no problems building Gnu make, but I happened to notice, while configuring PHP from sources there were some messages when autoconf noticed that the the 'time' command was not installed. Make didn't complain about this but it sounded like a possible culprit so I installed it but still get the same errors from Make.

Is it possible Make was built incorrectly due to 'time' command not installed at compile/config time?

- Greg Keraunen

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