Hi Andrew,

It is probably a good time to re-read the INSTALL and README.perl files.  From these 
decide which
options could be disabled, I mean EVERYTHING you can get away with.  For the moment 
forget perl...
we want to isolate the problem as far as we can.

If it builds, then re-enable the options ONE by ONE, until it breaks again.  Run 'make 
between attempts, and try to get as many options going as you can, before reporting 
back to us.  I
think there is several log files created, so include the tail end of these files as 

I suspect perl might still be the problem, the INSTALL document mentions a 
GTK-perl-interface -
whatever that is.

Jonathan Paton

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