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



 
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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

Am I reading this right, there's a " - " in between the include line
and the object file?  That didn't seem to work all that well on my
gcc (2.95.2).  You might want to see what's putting the dash in
there... it probably wants to be a "-o"

> 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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