On Sat, 17 Feb 2001, The Hermit Hacker wrote:

> On Sat, 17 Feb 2001, Warner Losh wrote:
> > In message <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> The Hermit 
>Hacker writes:
> > : the thing that is confusing me is that I'm getting through most of the
> > : qt-copy compile before I get hit with it ... I'm doing a fresh 'make
> > : world' on the machine, just in case ... then I'm going to try David's
> > : idea, if that doesn't work ...
> >
> > OK.  Things just don't make sense unless you are bringing in the
> > libc.so.5.20010213 library by mistake somehow
> I don't know ... before I started all this, I did rm -rf's on /usr/X11R6
> and /usr/local, so that I was starting as close to clean as I could ... a
> 'make -j16 world' is just finishing now, so I'm diving into a second
> attempt at qt-copy ... might have been an 'interim' sort of problem, where
> my first 'make installworld' wasn't clean *shrug* *cross fingers*
> Will appraise if qt-copy fails or succeeds ...

Found it ... your thought of using the .2001* library directed me to look
at the 'moc' in qt-copy, which has it link'd in ... not sure where it is
pulling that from, but have wip'd out everything and am restarting ... :(

Thanks for all your patience on this ...

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