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Re: [Qemu-devel] sparc?

From: Bochnig, Martin
Subject: Re: [Qemu-devel] sparc?
Date: Sun, 29 Aug 2004 16:53:07 +0200
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Johannes Schindelin wrote:

gmake[1]: warning:  Clock skew detected.  Your build may be incomplete.

This means that the file change times are not as they are supposed to be.
Are you working on the same files from two different machines? Something
like NFS mounted root, and trying to compile from one machine continuing
on the other?
Yes, from 5 different hosts.
But I use to do a "gmake distclean" every time.
I change the "share -F nfs -o rw,root=192.168.0.[n] [DirToExport]" too.

Don't know.

This means that at least the configure script's output has an incorrect
time set.
Interesting - I currently don't run NTP and every machine's local date differs from each other.

How about a "make distclean && ./configure && make"?

I once had a black screen: I was redirecting the X DISPLAY to an IRIX
machine. Only with my VNC patch I was able to see that the SDL output was
somehow wrong, but VNC showed what I expected.
Yes, that's another problem.
I got QEMU 0.6.0 perfectly up and running on my AMD32 Solaris10_60 host.
Everything works, but forwarding to non-XF86 X-Servers or just to slightly older XF86 servers makes all my keyboards unusable (mapping extremely chaotic == UNusable).
When using the very ltest VNC4.x it works just fine.
I had many hours of trouble due to the lack of appropriate information.
Booting Solaris_x86 guests under Solaris_x86__10_60 HOST still results in a very similar error - even when using VNC 4.x as Mini-XF86 server.

Best regards,


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