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Old 07-10-2006, 12:28 PM   #1
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File Format not recognized

Whenever I comple code I from my home account, I get a "No space Left on device error" along with the following error when building the executables:
"File Format not recognized". There is plenty of disk space on the mounted file system. Could the problem be with a disk size limitation of some kind. There are no user quotas either. Any information would help. Thanks.
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Does this happen if you comple code not 'from my home account'? Can you give us an example of how you are compiling (commandline, Makefile, etc.)? What compiler/version?

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what file system r u using?


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