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Old 02-27-2004, 10:20 AM   #1
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Hi,first time using mandrake (8.0) and first time installing.I'm trying to get a data collector called cflowd running.I've managed do get all the requirments and now i did a configure and a make.The make ran for about 10min and now is stuck.The hard disk is working hard but i don't know if it actually takes a lot of time or if it's stuck.I'm running a pentium 3 with 128ram.Does any know what's happening.The terminal shell is at the same point for the last 2 hours!!!is there a way to see if the make is giong on and just needing all this time?Something is happening because the whloe system is very slow.
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Old 02-27-2004, 10:47 AM   #2
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up anyone?
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First, please don't bump a thread after just 27 minutes. The rules ask that you don't bump a thread until 24 hours have passed. This allows for users in all time zones to see threads.

The best way to bump a thread is to supply extra information, in this case, were there any errors at the end of your ./configure? Check the last 20 or 30 lines produced. This will normally say what it's looking for that isn't there.


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