>On Mon, 2004-12-06 at 11:41, Charlie Reinl wrote:
>> a ./reconf , before ./configure should help
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>Thanks, that worked.
>Although being a bit of a noobie to linux could you explain what
>./reconf does, I've never come across it before. Compiling programs in
>Linux still seems like Black Magic to me.
try to take it to words.
after a ./configure , the results are stored (cached) in a result-file.
./reconf pulls that away, and you start at ZERO for ./configure
Even there are other actions I presume, like cleaning and so.
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