Switching Systems

From: StormeRider (silk@ICI.NET)
Date: 01/11/98

Date: Sat, 10 Jan 1998 11:23:12 -0500 (EST)
From: "StormeRider [WINDS OF STORM MUD]" <winds@ici.net>

Ok, I just finished building my computer and going through and installing
Slackware Linux on it. Now the site I pay for has that as well so when I
copied everything over it allowed me to execute the compiled binary fine.

However trying to compile doesnt work. =) Reran configure, didnt change
anything in the Makefile except to exclude hedit.o which I'm assuming just
wasnt in the Makefile.in... anyways, didnt change anything to give errors
on comm.c.

Anyways, I have a feeling that it is my gcc setup on my computer (no shit
sherlock, what else could it be??) and was wondering if someone could
direct me to what files need to be where for gcc and circle on Slackware
so I can copy them off of the other system. *grine*

The kind of errors I got were wierd... parse errors (and the code is yes
correct, I can compile it fine on the other system and I checked it again)
and a warning: useless keyword or type name in empty declaration

That was on:

Just wierd. =)

Thanks for the help.

(btw never seen a mud run so damned fast as when its absolute local!)

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