From: Georges Toth (georges_at_norm.lu)
Date: Tue 08 Oct 2002 - 20:28:36 BST
> A personal note... you might have been too quick jumping on the 3.2
hmmm, it's stable, and i haven't had any problems so far, on the four machines
i'm running it on.
redhat 8 is based on gcc3.2 (afaik) as well...
> 3.2 is *not* binary compatible with earlier versions (i.e. not even
> 3.x), so this is probably your problem.
the problem was that /dev/pts support was turned off....
but i'm still wondering why i'm not able to compile the vserver-programs...
here's the ouput i get:
gcc -funsigned-char -Wall -g -O3 -DVERSION=\"0.20\" chbind.cc syscall.o -o
In file included from chbind.cc:16:
vutil.h:26: 'string' is used as a type, but is not defined as a type.
vutil.h:27: 'string' is used as a type, but is not defined as a type.
vutil.h:28: parse error before `&' token
vutil.h:31: missing ';' before right brace
vutil.h:33: ISO C++ forbids defining types within return type
vutil.h:33: semicolon missing after declaration of `class PACKAGE'
vutil.h: In function `int PACKAGE(const char*, const char*)':
vutil.h:34: only constructors take base initializers
vutil.h:34: confused by earlier errors, bailing out
make: *** [chbind] Error 1
-- regards, Georges Toth