Hello, firstname.lastname@example.org ("amogh ayachit") wrote in F14K2OU4CfHPYD6pR1h00001932@hotmail.com:">news:F14K2OU4CfHPYD6pR1h00001932@hotmail.com: > [...] > /usr/bin/bcc -0 -X-d -Ms -i- -o main.bin main.o doscan.o printscan.o > printhex.o > printinfo.o io.o > Usage: /usr/bin/bcc [-ansi] [-options] [-o output] file [files]. > make: *** [main.bin] Error 1 this helps... Didn't you say you are using Red Hat? Somehow Red Hat managed to get hold of a version of BCC which uses some different command line parameters. I've got a similar bug report from someone else already. Since I'm planning on completely removing the use of BCC for version 0.10 (which is still to come, the next version will be 0.9.8, due within a week or so) I'm not going to delve any deeper into this BCC matter. However, unless you want to participate in netboot development you don't need BCC. I would therefore recommend to just rename /usr/bin/bcc to something else. configure will then be unable to find BCC and will not use your version. The upcoming version 0.9.8 will have a configure option with which you can turn off any call to BCC. You can wait for that version if you like, or just use the renaming fix explained above. gero. -- Gero Kuhlmann, gkminix, Germany Tollenbrink 18, 30659 Hannover email@example.com Groote Gracht 33, 26723 Emden firstname.lastname@example.org =========================================================================== This Mail was sent to netboot mailing list by: Gero Kuhlmann <email@example.com> To get help about this list, send a mail with 'help' as the only string in it's body to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have problems with this list, send a mail to email@example.com.
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