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Old 07-28-2002, 01:43 AM   #1
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modification time in the future

I have just installed gcc 3.1, and i am getting a lot of error messages in my compiling. gettext 0.11.2 wouldn't work, and now i am getting all kinds of error messages that say something along the lines of "toggle in clock detected" and other stuff i can't reallly remember. do you think i am missing dependancies? if so which ones should i install before i upgrade glibc & gcc?
Old 07-28-2002, 08:47 AM   #2
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This means that your sysem clock has changed with the time moving back into the past.

You can probably safely ignore this, or just 'make clean' and recompile.

Old 07-28-2002, 08:51 AM   #3
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If gcc compiled OK, all dependencies are installed. It may be that you're using libraries from old gcc, such a mixture is not very good. Check your PATH settings (if gcc3.1 was installed from source, you should have path to it there) and /etc/ (are all library directories correct, especially /usr/local/lib - when gcc installed from source?).
If you get more clock errors, look at your time (using 'date' command). Make sure it's correct. A journey into past may be very bad when compiling.


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