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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 8707] - Apache make fails in AIX 5.1
Date Wed, 01 May 2002 18:45:22 GMT
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Apache make fails in AIX 5.1

trawick@apache.org changed:

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            Summary|Apache make fails in AIX 5.1|Apache make fails in AIX 5.1



------- Additional Comments From trawick@apache.org  2002-05-01 18:45 -------
This isn't an Apache or APR problem.

It seems that you have an incomplete or incorrect gcc install.
gcc wants to create its own copy of system header files (it can
tweak the syntax).  Your gcc installation has its own copies of
sys/signal.h and sys/wait.h, but not its own copy of sys/context.h,
and somehow the combination is blowing up.

Isn't there a program that comes with gcc that you can run to
regenerate gcc-parsable copies of the system header files?  I'm
afraid that I don't know the details of that part of the install.

I've used the IBM packaging of gcc as well as IBM's C for AIX
on AIX 5 with no problems like this.

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