scott at industrial-linux.org
Sun Jan 14 04:31:38 PST 2001
This has been commented on numerous times. You're probably trying to build perl too early in the process, such as during the static build or before some of the other gnu software in the dynamic build. For some reason, some of the output descriptors emit little bits of crap into the Makefile where they shouldn't. The only thing I've been able to reliably do is to look at the error each time and delete the offending lines. If you are trying to "settle into" a particular build script, you should be able to
utomate this with "grep -v <string goes here>", too, but if you are constantly changing your build, you are probably better off manually editing the makefile or moving it later in the build process so this doesn't happen.
On Sat, 13 Jan 2001 22:16:14 -0700, Jesse McCrosky said:
> I'm building a LFS system and for some reason, am unable to compile
> perl. This is a little odd given tht I've built numerous LFS systems
> before and never had any troubles with perl...
> The install gets through the configure and the make dep. However, as
> soon as I run "make", make will give me an error indicating the makefile
> is missing a seperator. I looked at the makefile, and on the line
> indicated by the error message there is a single "0", nothing else. I
> tried deleting this "0", which caused the make to get a little farther
> then fail again.
> Anyone have any ideas what to do? I appologize for the non-specific
> error messages, if you think details would help, let me know and I'll
> get them.
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