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Re: [linux-lvm] K=2.4.3 - LVM0.9.1.B7 compiling problem.



On Tue, Apr 24, 2001 at 12:19:45PM -0300, Ernesto Silva wrote:
> Hi,
> 
> 	In order to make things right I downloaded the 2.4.3 kernel and
> compiled it (i386).
> 
> 	With the new kernel running (lvm-mod load ok) I'm trying to compile lvm
> tools, but there are lots of warinigs, all the same thing, the first of them is:
> -----------------------------------------------------------
> gcc -c -pipe -g -O2 -Wall -DDEBUG -I ../../tools/lib -I ../../tools - debug.o
> debug.c
> In file included from ../../tools/lib/liblvm.h:97
> 		from basename.c:34
> ../../tools/lib/lvm_log.h:47:59: warning: nothing can be pasted after this token
 <...snip...> 
> Does anyone had a problem like this before???

Hmm...I don't get that at all!  Which version of GCC are you using?  Did you
download the 0.9.1_beta7 tarball or grab something from the cvs?

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