[ntp:hackers] Problem with autogen on Pogo?

brian utterback brian.utterback at oracle.com
Sun May 22 17:54:15 UTC 2016


Trying psp-deb1, I get this error:

cd ../../sntp &&        env
PATH="/home/utterback/ntp-stable-new/A.psp-deb1/sntp:/usr/local/bin:/usr/bin:/bin:/usr/bin/X11:/usr/games"
AUTOGEN_DNE_DATE=-D autogen -L include -L ag-tpl --writable sntp-opts.def
Error in template /usr/share/autogen/optlib.tlib, line 780
        DEFINITIONS ERROR in /usr/share/autogen/optlib.tlib line 780 for
sntp-opts.h:
        Error:  value for opt ipv4 is `4'
must be single char or 'NUMBER'
Failing Guile command:  = = = = =

(error (sprintf
    "Error:  value for opt %s is `%s'\nmust be single char or 'NUMBER'"
    (get "name") (get "value")))

=================================
make[2]: *** [../../sntp/sntp-opts.c] Error 2
make[2]: Leaving directory `/home/utterback/ntp-stable-new/A.psp-deb1/sntp'
make[1]: *** [all-recursive] Error 1
make[1]: Leaving directory `/home/utterback/ntp-stable-new/A.psp-deb1'


Does autogen work anywhere?

On 5/22/2016 12:02 PM, brian utterback wrote:
> While I am at it, is there any docs or pointers about how to do this?
> There seems to be a convoluted system of layers violations going on,
> where under certain circumstances running gmake in the build directory
> changes files in the source directory, but only in some cases. In other
> cases it seems like it is necessary to move generated files in build
> directory back to the source directory. It is all very confusing and I
> am sure there is a nice simple procedure that I could follow if I only
> knew what it was.
>
> On 5/22/2016 10:49 AM, brian utterback wrote:
>> I am trying to add a keyword to the server/peer/etc line in a workspace
>> on Pogo, but when it tries to run autogen, there is an error:
>>
>> autogen -L ../sntp/include -L ../sntp/ag-tpl --writable
>> -DMAN_SECTION=5man -Tagman-cmd.tpl ntp.conf.def
>> ld.so.1: autogen: fatal: relocation error: file
>> /usr/local/gnu/lib/libguile-2.0.so.22: symbol
>> GC_greatest_plausible_heap_addr: referenced symbol not found
>>
>> Anyone have any ideas?

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