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If you can't find the right header combination, then we'll have to wait for someone else on Solaris 10 who can track it down.. -- NOTE: messages sent directly to me, AFAIR thisworks grand for S10.- rebuild your own gcc for S10- Maybe: find gcc's "fixincludes" scripts, if it exists as a standalonescript, and regenerate gcc's munged system header stash.regards,--Paul Jakma,Network Approachability, This issue has been plaguing me for weeks. But it is a whole lot easier. Source

I'm just thankful all I'm skritching away the pennies for is an upgrade... I guess what has happend is that you're using a gcc compiler that was build on Solaris 9 (or some other Solaris release older than Solaris 10 b69), and this gcc View the discussion thread. I'll do a fresh build and take it from there. https://www.zabbix.com/forum/archive/index.php/t-2608.html

You need to install the gcc and gas from the solaris 10 distribution prior to building a new gcc compiler Home | New | Browse | Search | [?] | Reports The precompiled gcc has version 3.3.2, and I want to install 3.4.3. Comment 2 Ted Keller 2007-03-14 02:37:00 UTC Check out http://forum.java.sun.com/thread.jspa?threadID=5077618 Describes problem and resolution.

Your best bet is probably going to be using grep to find what moved where, and find the correct header(s) to include before signifo.h to fix the error. Is there hope? F5 11.5.x - Client SSL profile cannot contain more than one set of same certificate/key type What is the Difference Between Docker CMD and ENTRYPOINT ? I have >done the ./mkheaders thing for the sunfreeware version of gcc. > >devbox:/export/home/craigc/hobbit-4.2.0# gcc -v >Reading specs from /usr/local/lib/gcc-lib/sparc-sun-solaris2.10/3.3.2/specs >Configured with: ../configure --with-as=/usr/ccs/bin/as >--with-ld=/usr/ccs/bin/ld --disable-nls >Thread model: posix >gcc version

Logged Print Pages: [1] « previous next » forums.proftpd.org » OS Support » Solaris » installation error on SOlaris 10 x86 SMF 2.0.11 | SMF © 2015, Simple Machines XHTML I lost patience after a long while and switched back to Linux (and I like using Solaris for almost everything else). tel: EMEA x19190 / +353 1 819 9190 Rainer Orth 2006-02-24 16:41:29 UTC PermalinkRaw Message Post by Paul Jakma- Maybe: find gcc's "fixincludes" scripts, if it exists as a standalonescript, and Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions 4.

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How do I use this? | Other CB clients Other Users? https://forums.proftpd.org/smf/index.php?topic=718.0 Any use, copying or disclosure by any other person is strictly prohibited. The fix is to build a fresh set of gcc "fixed" headers: # cd /opt/sfw/gcc-3/lib/gcc-lib/i386-pc-solaris2.9/3.3.2/install-tools/ # cat > mkheaders.conf SHELL=/bin/sh SYSTEM_HEADER_DIR="/usr/include" OTHER_FIXINCLUDES_DIRS="" FIXPROTO_DEFINES="-D_XOPEN_SOURCE" STMP_FIXPROTO="stmp-fixproto" STMP_FIXINC="stmp-fixinc" ^D # ./mkheaders Skip navigationOracle Community You seem to have CSS turned off.

Re: where is ctid_t defined? (Solaris 10) 807567 Jan 2, 2005 2:45 PM (in response to 807567) Use gmake, that'll solve the problem. http://kiloubox.com/parse-error/parse-error-parse-error-unexpected-t-object-operator-in-joomla.html Thanks Pradeep Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions 1 2 Previous Next Go to original post Actions About Oracle Technology Network (OTN)My Oracle Support Community (MOSC)MOS Support PortalAboutModern Marketing BlogRSS FeedPowered byOracle Chris - if I have any better luck I'll let you know... Hope this helps, Jack[reply] Re^2: Attempts at building Perl 5.8.7 on Solaris 10 failing by blue_cowdawg (Monsignor) on Feb 01, 2006 at 20:57UTC Unless there's a specific reason that you have

forums.proftpd.org Welcome, Guest. The result is Suns compiler is really a best buy for the architecture, since there's Solaris and Linux support. No, thanks [email protected] Discussion: Compile time errors in signal.h and pthread.h (too old to reply) ash kat 2006-02-24 08:38:19 UTC PermalinkRaw Message HiI am compiling the following program onOperating System : have a peek here Screenshot instructions: Windows Mac Red Hat Linux Ubuntu Click URL instructions: Right-click on ad, choose "Copy Link", then paste here → (This may not be possible with some types of

If you're using GCC (probably a better bet for open source) have you also installed AutoConf, AutoMake, Bison, Flex, Gawk, Gnu Sed, Gnu Awk and all the other stuff that you No output written to helloworld.o *** Error code 1 make: Fatal error: Command failed for target `helloworld.o' Current working directory /www/network.buythetruck.local/nagios-2.2/module *** Error code 1 make: Fatal error: Command failed for Re: where is ctid_t defined? (Solaris 10) 807567 Dec 10, 2004 9:10 PM (in response to 807567) As posted, it is the fix above.

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Add /usr/sfw/bin to your PATH and you should be set. Re: where is ctid_t defined? (Solaris 10) 807567 Dec 13, 2004 6:05 PM (in response to 807567) Should work on S10 SPARC, too. I'm (also) trying to install gcc on S10_69. Check This Out The new /opt/sfw/gcc-3/lib/gcc-lib/sparc-sun-solaris2.9/3.3.2/include/sys/types.h that was created by the script does include the ctid_t type.

I am trying to compile Zabbix for Solaris 10. Here is the end of my Zabbix make.... I ftped the entire SunFreeware site to my drive just after setup so I could install pkgs quickly and easily as new programs needed them. find / -name mkheaders.confvi /usr/local/lib/gcc-lib/i386-pc-solaris2.10/3.3.2/install-tools/mkheaders.conf [add the following line to the beginnning of the file :- SHELL=/bin/sh ]cd /usr/local/lib/gcc-lib/i386-pc-solaris2.10/3.3.2/install-tools/ ./mkheaders After doing this, then you should be able to rebuild your

Re: where is ctid_t defined? (Solaris 10) 807567 Dec 30, 2004 11:39 AM (in response to 807567) I had the exact problem as descibed in this thread. Which is to say, the editing of the mkheaders.conf and re-running it. The current version of Perl you can get is "perl 5.8.7,REV=2005.11.08". I'd change the cc variable to = "gcc" and try rebuilding, sun's compiler can be flaky when looking for additional libraries and it may have a problem linking against libraries compiled

Briefly describe the problem (required): Upload screenshot of ad (required): Select a file, or drag & drop file here. ✔ ✘ Please provide the ad click URL, if possible: Home Browse Thanks again - Harry Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions 3. If you're not going with 5.8.7 for any particular reason you might want to see if 5.8.8 doesn't play nicer. That was a good call and turned out to be just the problem I was running in to.

Thanks, Scott Johnson Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions 5. I didn't have any problems building zabbix 1.1b9 on Solaris 10 sparc. Peter L. This is the error I am getting... ./configure --enable-server --with-mysql=/opt/mysql/mysql --with-net-snmp ... # make all cd ./base && make cd ./cgi && make cd ./html && make cd ./module && make

Re: where is ctid_t defined? (Solaris 10) 807567 Dec 13, 2004 4:20 PM (in response to 807567) Thanks very much. Using a gcc built on a different Solaris version is likely to be nothing but trouble. Juergen.Keil Posts:469 Registered: 10/27/04 Re: where is ctid_t defined? (Solaris 10) Nov 17, 2004 10:37 AM (reply 1 of 13) ctid_t is defined in /usr/include/sys/types.h ("typedef id_t ctid_t;"). offlinetn27-04-2006, 17:10Shesh, you can tell I had a long day yesterday.

You can give configure # the --cache-file=FILE option to use a different cache file; that is # what configure does when it calls configure scripts in # subdirectories, so they share Though I noticed we include signal.h before sys/types.h which might be the cause.