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Old 08-25-2005, 02:41 AM   #1
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lfs-6.1 Bash-3.0 [make test]log:could be error to continue??


make test

***********************************************************
* *
* GNU bash, version 3.00.0(1)-release (i686-pc-linux-gnu)
* *
***********************************************************

Testing /mnt/lfs/sources/bash-3.0/bash
version: 3.00.0(1)-release
versinfo: 3 00 0 1 release i686-pc-linux-gnu
HOSTTYPE = i686
OSTYPE = linux-gnu
MACHTYPE = i686-pc-linux-gnu
Any output from any test, unless otherwise noted, indicates a possible anomaly
run-alias
run-arith
run-arith-for
run-array
warning: all of these tests will fail if arrays have not
warning: been compiled into the shell
run-array2
warning: all of these tests will fail if arrays have not
warning: been compiled into the shell
run-braces
run-builtins
run-cond
warning: all of these tests will fail if the conditional command has not
warning: been compiled into the shell
warning: some of these tests will fail if extended pattern matching has not
warning: been compiled into the shell
run-cprint
run-dbg-support
run-dbg-support2
run-dirstack
run-dollars
run-errors
run-execscript
warning: the text of a system error message may vary between systems and
warning: produce diff output.
warning: if the text of the error messages concerning `notthere' or
warning: `/tmp/bash-notthere' not being found or `/' being a directory
warning: produce diff output, please do not consider this a test failure
warning: if diff output differing only in the location of the bash
warning: binary appears, please do not consider this a test failure
15c15
< /: /: is a directory
---
> /: /: cannot execute binary file
run-exp-tests
run-extglob
run-extglob2
run-func
warning: if you have exported functions defined in your environment,
warning: they may show up as diff output.
warning: if so, please do not consider this a test failure
run-getopts
run-glob-test
run-heredoc
run-herestr
run-histexpand
warning: all of these tests will fail if history has not been compiled
warning: into the shell
run-history
warning: all of these tests will fail if history has not been compiled
warning: into the shell
run-ifs
run-input-test
run-invert
run-jobs
warning: some of these tests may fail if job control has not been compiled
warning: into the shell
warning: there may be a message regarding a cat process dying due to a
warning: SIGHUP. Please disregard.
run-more-exp
run-new-exp
warning: two of these tests will fail if your OS does not support
warning: named pipes or the /dev/fd filesystem. If the tests of the
warning: process substitution mechanism fail, please do not consider
warning: this a test failure
warning: if you have exported variables beginning with the string _Q,
warning: diff output may be generated. If so, please do not consider
warning: this a test failure
run-nquote
run-nquote1
warning: several of these tests will fail if arrays have not
warning: been compiled into the shell.
run-nquote2
warning: several of these tests will fail if arrays have not
warning: been compiled into the shell.
run-nquote3
warning: several of these tests will fail if arrays have not
warning: been compiled into the shell.
run-nquote4
run-posix2
run-posixpat
run-precedence
run-printf
run-quote
run-read
warning: different versions of wc put differing amounts of whitespace
warning: before their output. Please do not consider this an error.
63c63
< 0 0 0
---
> 0 0 0
run-redir
warning: the text of a system error message may vary between systems and
warning: produce diff output.
warning: if the text of an error message concerning `redir1.*' not being
warning: found or messages concerning bad file descriptors produce diff
warning: output, please do not consider it a test failure
run-rhs-exp
run-rsh
run-set-e
run-set-x
run-shopt
run-strip
run-test
152c152
< 1
---
> 0
158c158
< 1
---
> 0
run-tilde
run-trap
warning: UNIX versions number signals differently. If output differing
warning: only in line numbers is produced, please do not consider this
warning: a test failure.
72d71
< trap -- '' SIGUSR2
73a73
> trap -- '' SIGUSR2
run-type
run-varenv
lfs@p1u70:/mnt/lfs/sources/bash-3.0$ make instal
make: *** No rule to make target `instal'. Stop.
 
Old 08-25-2005, 04:00 AM   #2
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lfs@p1u70:/mnt/lfs/sources/bash-3.0$ make instal
 
Old 08-25-2005, 07:35 AM   #3
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Quote:
Originally posted by freegianghu
lfs@p1u70:/mnt/lfs/sources/bash-3.0$ make instal
Yep, got to watch those typos
 
  


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