[lfs-support] libpipeline error

Fernando de Oliveira famobr at yahoo.com.br
Mon Nov 26 05:25:41 PST 2012


--- Em seg, 26/11/12, Dave escreveu:
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> De: Dave
> Assunto: Re: [lfs-support] libpipeline error
> Para: "LFS Support List"
> Data: Segunda-feira, 26 de Novembro de 2012, 10:10
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> Fernando de Oliveira wrote:
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>   --- Em seg, 26/11/12, Dave escreveu:
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>     De: Dave
> Assunto: [lfs-support] libpipeline error
> Para: "LFS Support List"
> Data: Segunda-feira, 26 de Novembro de 2012, 9:52
> Came up with error --
> 
> make[4]: Entering directory
> `/sources/libpipeline-1.2.1/gnulib/lib'
>   CC     dirname.lo
>   CC     basename.lo
>   CC     dirname-lgpl.lo
>   CC     basename-lgpl.lo
>   CC     stripslash.lo
>   CC     exitfail.lo
>   CC     full-write.lo
>   CC     glthread/lock.lo
>   CC     malloca.lo
>   CC     safe-read.lo
>   CC     safe-write.lo
>   CC     glthread/threadlib.lo
>   CC     glthread/tls.lo
>   CC     xmalloc.lo
>   CC     xalloc-die.lo
>   CC     xstrndup.lo
>   CC     xvasprintf.lo
> In file included from xvasprintf.c:25:0:
> ./stdio.h:1030:1: error: 'gets' undeclared here (not in a
> function)
> make[4]: *** [xvasprintf.lo] Error 1
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> Can't find ANY reference to 'XVASPRINTF" in any Doc's....so
> where does 
> it come from?
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>   No answer for the  question. However, when I have a "make" problem,
> first, try to run with -j1.

> No change...Once I find out where 'xvasprintf.c comes from, I'll
> recompile that pkg and try again.  Usually The LFS book can be searched
> for files installed.  but this is a no-show in the book

I do not know your level of expertize, but if you have not done so,
first remove the uncompressed libpipeline-1.2.1 directory and start
again.

[]s,

Fernando



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