Re: now I think this is a bug

2000-12-12 Thread Alan Shutko
Mate Wierdl [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Perhaps one should collect the necessary defines from the .h files into a single one, and send it along with try2.c to the gcc developers so that they have a standalone test suite. That would be a good idea, but if you're using the RHL7 gcc, you should

Re: now I think this is a bug

2000-12-12 Thread David Lloyd
Hmmm! # gcc -v Reading specs from /usr/lib/gcc-lib/i386-redhat-linux/2.96/specs gcc version 2.96 2731 (Red Hat Linux 7.0) And still: I think that your compiler is broken. RedHat GCC 2.96 cannot compile the kernel. Try using kgcc and see what comes up... DL -- The new century

Re: now I think this is a bug

2000-12-11 Thread Harald Hanche-Olsen
+ Mate Wierdl [EMAIL PROTECTED]: | So I decided to reinstall teTeX without doing any configuration: | | # rm -rf /usr/local/teTeX/ | # mkdir -p /usr/local/teTeX/share/texmf | # gzip -dc teTeX-texmf-1.0.tar.gz | (umask 0; cd /usr/local/teTeX/share/texmf; tar |xf -) | # gzip -dc

Re: now I think this is a bug

2000-12-11 Thread Joao Palhoto Matos
On Mon, 11 Dec 2000, Thomas Esser wrote: This glibc is a very recent version. So, the rest of your system is likely to be very "bleeding edge", too? Well, I suspect that we run into some compiler bug here... Thomas Hi again: This is the same problem I had reported on some time ago. It's

Re: now I think this is a bug

2000-12-11 Thread Mate Wierdl
On Mon, Dec 11, 2000 at 07:47:50AM +0100, Thomas Esser wrote: export PATH=/usr/local/teTeX/bin/i686-pc-linux-gnu:$PATH ... TEXMFMAIN ``/usr/local/teTeX/bin/i686-pc/share/texmf'' seems to have Whow. Cool. Can you please $ kpsewhich -expand-var='$SELFAUTOLOC -- $SELFAUTODIR --

Re: now I think this is a bug

2000-12-11 Thread Mate Wierdl
On Mon, Dec 11, 2000 at 12:51:38PM +, Joao Palhoto Matos wrote: On Mon, 11 Dec 2000, Thomas Esser wrote: This glibc is a very recent version. So, the rest of your system is likely to be very "bleeding edge", too? Well, I suspect that we run into some compiler bug here... Thomas

Re: now I think this is a bug

2000-12-11 Thread Mate Wierdl
On Mon, Dec 11, 2000 at 09:58:13AM +0100, Harald Hanche-Olsen wrote: + Mate Wierdl [EMAIL PROTECTED]: | So I decided to reinstall teTeX without doing any configuration: | | # rm -rf /usr/local/teTeX/ | # mkdir -p /usr/local/teTeX/share/texmf | # gzip -dc teTeX-texmf-1.0.tar.gz | (umask

Re: now I think this is a bug

2000-12-11 Thread Thomas Esser
# kpsewhich -expand-var='$SELFAUTOLOC -- $SELFAUTODIR -- $SELFAUTOPARENT' /usr/local/teTeX/bin/i686-pc-linux-gnu -- /usr/local/teTeX/bin/i686-pc-linux -- /usr/local/teTeX/bin/i686-pc Looks very broken. This sould be impossible. Look at the kpathsea code (progname.c, I think). Must be a

Re: now I think this is a bug

2000-12-11 Thread Tom Kacvinsky
I thought it was a known fact that Red Hat boobooed and used a *prerelease* version of gcc (2.96) to make the system libs and what not for RH 7.0. Which is probably the cause of the problems. I don't know what to recommend in this case. Switch to Debian? Not trying to start a flame war with

Re: now I think this is a bug

2000-12-11 Thread Mate Wierdl
If I turn off optimization, all is well (xdvi is working fine too). So I just did env CC=cc CFLAGS='-g' \ sh -c './configure --prefix=/usr/local/teTeX configure.log 21' Mate On Mon, Dec 11, 2000 at 10:28:46PM +0100, Thomas Esser wrote: # kpsewhich -expand-var='$SELFAUTOLOC -- $SELFAUTODIR

Re: now I think this is a bug

2000-12-11 Thread Alan Shutko
Tom Kacvinsky [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I thought it was a known fact that Red Hat boobooed and used a *prerelease* version of gcc (2.96) to make the system libs and what not for RH 7.0. Which is probably the cause of the problems. I don't know what to recommend in this case. The proper

now I think this is a bug

2000-12-10 Thread Mate Wierdl
So I decided to reinstall teTeX without doing any configuration: # rm -rf /usr/local/teTeX/ # mkdir -p /usr/local/teTeX/share/texmf # gzip -dc teTeX-texmf-1.0.tar.gz | (umask 0; cd /usr/local/teTeX/share/texmf; tar xf -) # gzip -dc teTeX-src-1.0.tar.gz | tar xvf - # cd teTeX-1.0 # sh -c