RCS under linux ?

RCS under linux ?

Post by Mart » Sun, 17 Oct 1993 20:38:45

The subject says it all:

Did someone manage to get the Rochester Connectionist Simulator
to run under Linux ? I can get the Integer version to run,
but the Float version gives Floating exceptions...

What am I doing wrong ?


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1. Compiling RCS for Linux

I'm running RedHat 3.0.3, kernel 2.0.17 and need to get RCS working here.
I follow the RCS instructions for compilation and do a 'configure' and then
a 'make all'. 'conf.sh' reports the following towards the beginning of the

./conf.sh: configuring has_prototypes, has_stdarg, has_varargs, va_start_args
./conf.sh: cannot deduce has_prototypes, has_stdarg, va_start_args
make[1]: *** [conf.h] Error 1
make[1]: Leaving directory `/home/eric/dl/rcs-5.7/src'
make: *** [all] Error 2

How do I fix this? I've snooped around and changed parts of 'conf.sh' to try
to make it work, but neither the original file nor my changes works.

Thanks in advance for any tips!

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