|Subject: (9.14) Reliant Unix 5.43 C0024 on a MIPS RM300-C62 (Siemens Nixdorf)|
##FROM: Michael Szczuka <email@example.com> ##DIFF: USE_CHAR_CONST DO LDFLAGS -L/usr/ucblib LIBS -lsocket -lnsl -lucb -lelf LINTFLAGS -b -h $(DEFS) RANLIB echo LOCK_STYLE LOCKF HAVE_SETPROCTITLE DONT HAVE_TM_GMTOFF DONT _PATH_SH /usr/local/bin/bash _PATH_AWK /sbin/awk _PATH_SED /usr/local/bin/sed _PATH_SORT /sbin/sort _PATH_MAILCMD /usr/local/bin/mutt _PATH_GZIP /usr/local/bin/gzip##OS: Reliant Unix 5.43 C0024 on a MIPS RM300-C62 (Siemens Nixdorf)
##COMPILER: gcc 2.7.2
- the environment is by no means vanilla Reliant Unix 5.43. I've installed
a good deal of GNU software. This has primarily effect on the paths
but doesn't really affect compilation of INN (at least I don't think
so). The only important change in the paths is for sed; /sbin/sed
(the one that comes with Reliant Unix 5.43) didn't pass the sedtest,
so I took the GNU version (sed-v2.05).
- gettimeofday() uses only _one_ argument, so you have to change the
call in lib/gettime.c (line 33) from
if (gettimeofday(&tv, (struct timezone *)NULL) == -1)to
if (gettimeofday(&tv) == -1)##FURTHER NOTES:
- subst.c won't compile with gcc unless you explicitely tell him to use
gcc - and you have no license for the cc that comes with the system ...
This is no problem if you use the shell version.
[Last Changed: $Date: 1997/09/23 01:25:57 $ $Revision: 2.17 $]
[Copyright: 1997 Heiko Rupp, portions by Tom Limoncelli, Rich Salz, et al.]