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Re: Octave and HPUX

From: Theron Voran
Subject: Re: Octave and HPUX
Date: Sun, 19 Nov 2000 15:52:24 -0600 (CST)

Thanks for the tip, you were right. I installed GNU sed and added its path
to the fron of my path var and it configured perfectly. Thanks again!

Theron Voran

> |     I am trying to compile octave 2.0.16 on an HP 9000 running HPUX
> | 10.20. It seems to configure fine, but at the end when it trys to create
> | the makefiles, it coredumps a bunch. Here is the output I am getting.
> Hmm.  I just tried running the Octave 2.0.16 configure script on an
> HP-SUX 10.20 system (uname reports HP-UX B.10.20 A 9000/715 2015493944)
> and it seems to have worked.  I used a PATH starting with
> /bin:/usr/bin, so it should have picked up the HP toolset instead of
> the locally install GNU tools.  My guess is that sed might be
> failing.  You might try installing GNU sed and see if that helps.
> jwe
> -- 
> | Thanking you in advance.  This sounds as if the
>Šþjwe | writer meant, "It will not be worth my while to
>                       | write to you again."        -- Strunk and White

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