Has anybody successfully compiled Mixmaster 2.0.4 an LinuxPPC? I am
currently trying to do so, but have encountered several problems. It will
presumably compile for linux.
> Any tips?
Rich Lafferty ----------------------------------------
Nocturnal Aviation Division, IITS/Computing Services
Concordia University, Montreal, QC
>> Any tips?
> Tip #1: Tell us what the problems *are* :-)
Compile stops and I get the following error message:
main.c:206: initializer element is not constant
gmake: *** [main.o] Error 1
Now my interpretation of this error message says to look at a problem in
main.c at line 206. The line reads:
FILE *errlog = stderr;
Strictly speaking, this should not be an error. It is a correct
Does this provide anymore clues?
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>main.c:206: initializer element is not constant
>gmake: *** [main.o] Error 1
>Now my interpretation of this error message says to look at a problem in
>main.c at line 206. The line reads:
>FILE *errlog = stderr;
>Strictly speaking, this should not be an error. It is a correct
I don't know, offhand, whether the relevant standard (ansi? posix?) states
that the stdio streams have to be compile-time constants. Traditionally
stderr is &_iob or something like that. Looking in my headers it's
declared as an extern FILE * now. I suspect it's a glibc thing, not a
>>> Any tips?
Anyway, when it comes to compiling the file bsafeey.c with this command:
gcc -ggdb -I. -I../ssleay/include -c bsafeeay.c
I get a number of complaints from the assembler, about two error messages
that look like this
/tmp/ccPFvjCD.s: Assembler messages:
/tmp/ccPFvjCD.s: Error: Bad expression
/tmp/ccPFvjCD.s: Error: Resto of line ignored. First ignored character is
What do these messages mean?
Hey, maybe someone here can help out. I1m using OS X (Darwin), and
recently I downloaded the mixmaster 2.9 client and remailer from:
(got both mix-2.9b23.tar.gz and mix-libs-2.9b8.tar.gz), and tried to
compile them under OS X. It immediately ran into problems; it couldn't
guess that Darwin-whatever-BSD was a FreeBSD variant. So I added
another entry to the config (in the /Src/openssl directory) to recognize
the machine, and it seemed to work, but just before it ran the makefile
the Install died with a couple of errors (although it tried to run over
the errors). I'm working my way through the install files, but it's
getting rough. Is there someone out there that might be able to lend
me some insight, or maybe has already compiled mixmaster 2.9 under OS X
I decided to add the ./Install output to the end of the message. (the
part which is failing)...
<removed bunch of stuff>
pkcs12.h => ../../include/openssl/pkcs12.h
making links in crypto/comp...
Makefile => Makefile.ssl
comp.h => ../../include/openssl/comp.h
cd: no such file or directory: ssl
make: *** [links] Error 1
Looking for libncurses.a...
Found source directory ncurses-4.2.
loading cache ./config.cache
Configuring NCURSES 4.2 ABI 4 (Wed Jul 4 00:42:26 EDT 2001)
checking host system type... configure: error: can not guess host type;
you must specify one
Please enter a pass phrase for your remailer (must be the same
whenever you re-compile Mixmaster).
Compiling. Please wait.
gcc -Izlib-1.1.3 -Ipcre-2.05 -Iopenssl-0.9.3a/include
-Iopenssl-0.9.3a/include/openssl -Incurses-4.2/include -DUSE_ZLIB
-DUSE_PCRE -DUSE_NCURSES -DUSE_SOCK -DSPOOL='"/Users/mix/Mix"'
-DPASSPHRASE='"sonyaginmi"' -g -Wall -c -o mix.o mix.c
make: gcc: Command not found
make: *** [mix.o] Error 127
Error: The compilation failed. Please consult the documentation (section
Remove the old Makefile? [y]
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