Does anyone know of a way around this? Please mail to
CC: "bands.H", line 112: sorry, not implemented: cannot expand value-
returning inline veched&ptimes(veched&, const veched&, const complex&)
with call of non-value-returning inline times(veched&, const veched&,
const complex&) (2071)
Here, times() accepts a destination vector, a source vector, and a
complex number, puts the product into the destination vector.
ptimes() does the same thing ( by invoking times() ) but also
returns the destination vector by reference. This compiles and
runs properly when I use gcc (which has yet to be set up on our
HP system, but currently runs on a much slower SUN station).
I am hoping that this is a trivial fix; perhaps it will be unnecessary
to get gcc installed. Thanks for any info.......
We have several new J5600 workstations (running HP-UX 11.0), and the IDENT
service doesn't seem to run on any of them. I keep getting an "Exit status 1"
instead of a message indicating the port numbers and user id that I was
accustomed to getting on one of our older systems with the 10.20 operating
The syslog says the service starts up when the system boots:
Apr 11 13:10:00 sys1 inetd: ident/tcp: Added service, server /usr/lbin/id
But whenever the daemon is queried all I get is something like:
Apr 11 13:12:34 sys1 inetd: ident/tcp: Connection from sys2 (175.153.5
0.121) at Wed Apr 11 13:12:34 2001
Apr 11 13:12:34 sys1 syslog: main: listen
Apr 11 13:12:34 sys1 inetd: ident/tcp: Exit status 1
I have already applied the Sendmail 8.9.3 HPUX patch to "sys1" (patch #
PHNE_18546), and the above is what I get. On a different J5600, one on which I
had not yet applied the Sendmail patch, I see the date and size of
/usr/lbin/identd are different, but I get the same "Exit status 1" stuff.
Any help would be really appreciated. I tried looking at the forums.itrc.hp.com
site but couldn't find anything directly applicatble there. I also tried
dejanews. No dice.