Subject: Re: Hopfully last kernel question. Multia
To: Chris Jones <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Sean J. Schluntz <email@example.com>
Date: 03/09/1999 17:14:17
>>>>> "Sean" == Sean J Schluntz <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
>Sean> Where did I go wrong? It's looking for three files which arn't
>I hate to sound like a broken record, but it really looks like you're
>losing stderr somewhere. It's not bailing out because of missing
>files; in fact, it's running cc in order to generate one of those
>files. Running ktrace with the -i flag will make it ktrace cc, too,
>and you can find out if cc exited with a good status or not. If it's
>not exiting with a 0 status, it should print some kind of an error
>message to fd 2 before it exits. If you're not getting that message
>on your terminal, then something is quite wrong.
*grin* That's ok, you sometime hear things that you usually wouldn't when
the record repeats. I'll try the -i flag, but I have been unable to build
the kernel, perl, apache and ssh. And I haven't had a problem with ssh
to this date so I think there might be something basic really wrong here.
If the -i does not give a clue I will wait until the next snapshot, do a
full binary upgrade and then try again.
thanks for the help!
Sean J. Schluntz email@example.com
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