HELP! NSCA on Linux 1.1.59

HELP! NSCA on Linux 1.1.59

Post by Andrew K. Lan » Fri, 01 Dec 1995 04:00:00



Has anyone compiled the NSCA WWW Server 1.5a on Linux 1.1.59,

I know, I should upgrade the kernel but it's finaly working!

Here are the errors I get with the make with a '-dd linux' on
the command line:

Searching for .depend...failed.
Searching for .depend.../usr/share/mk...failed.
make tar AUX_CFLAGS=-DLINUX CC=gcc CFLAGS=-O2 DBM_LIBS=-lgdbm
Searching for .depend...failed.
Searching for .depend.../usr/share/mk...failed.
Searching for httpd.c...in '.'
Searching for Makefile...in '.'
Searching for config.h...in '.'
Searching for portability.h...in '.'
Searching for constants.h...in '.'
Searching for httpd.h...in '.'
Searching for http_request.h...in '.'
Searching for http_config.h...in '.'
Searching for http_log.h...in '.'
Searching for http_auth.h...in '.'
Searching for http_dir.h...in '.'
Searching for http_access.h...in '.'
Searching for util.h...in '.'
Searching for http_ipc.h...in '.'
Searching for host_config.h...in '.'
Searching for http_mime.h...in '.'
Searching for cgi.h...in '.'
Searching for httpd.y...failed.
Searching for httpd.c...in '.'
gcc -c -O2 -DLINUX -DDIGEST_AUTH  -DDBM_SUPPORT httpd.c
*** Error code 1

Stop.
*** Error code 1

Stop.              

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1. HELP: XView 3.2/Linux 1.1.59 Compile errors

I'm having some problems with Xview 3.2.
I am trying to port a number of xview/x11 based applications, currently
running on Solaris, over to Linux.
When I first installed my Linux system, I tried out the system by compiling
a few simple 'hello world' type programs for Openlook. No problems then.
But now I hame having great difficulties...

  - gcc wouldnt compile an xview program that had compiled previously.
    The command line that had worked previously was:
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    Now it wont work. The error was:
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    I have fixed this using the gcc '-u ...' option. But why do I suddenly need
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  - compiling with the -g option produces over 60 similar errors, but to
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    A example is:
        /usr/openwin/lib/libxview.a(p_paint.o): Undefined symbol      
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  - Starting any xview app (including meminfo & workman) causes this:
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    The time to load applications is now about 15-20 seconds before this
    warning appears and the application runs. Plain X11 apps (ghostview etc)
    work with no problems.

The only changes that have been made to the system recently were to install
the GNU pascal compiler, and a rebuild of the kernel to trim unneeded drivers.
I have tried booting off the unmodified kernel also.  This makes no difference.
I have also re-installed the Slackware D, X, XD and XV disks.

System details are:
  486DX/33, 16Mb RAM, 32Mb swap.
  Adaptec 1542CF SCSI controller + 1GB Seagate SCSI hard disk
  Cirrus Logic 542x ISA Video card (SVGA xserver)
  Linux 1.1.59 (Slackware Professional)
  XFree86 3.1
  gcc 2.5.8

Has anyone else had similar problems? Better still, how did you fix it?
Many thanks for any suggestions...
Andrew

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