Bruce Evans wrote:
> Config now removes almost all headers:
> Removing stale header: apm.h
> Removing stale header: opt_userconfig.h
> Removing stale header: opt_syscons.h
> Removing stale header: opt_cpu.h
> Removing stale header: opt_clock.h
> ...
> make: don't know how to make opt_global.h(continuing)
> make: don't know how to make opt_user_ldt.h(continuing)
> make: don't know how to make opt_posix.h(continuing)
> make: don't know how to make opt_nfs.h(continuing)
> make: don't know how to make opt_bootp.h(continuing)
> ...
> This is starting from compile directory populated by a previous version
> of config.  Starting from scratch, config seems to work for the first
> run.  The second run complains about all headers, deletes them all, and
> doesn't create any.  The third run seems to work...
> Bruce

What are the chances that you did this on a mount -o noatime file system?

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