On Tue, 31 Mar 2009, Bogdan Costescu wrote:
> 'uname -X' is valid on Solaris, but not on Linux.
Not good to reply to oneself, but I've looked at the archives and
realized that 'uname -X' comes from a message of the OP. My guess is
that the same source directory was used to build for Solaris
previously (maybe on shared NFS ?) and some state is being picked by a
new ./configure run who then decides to treat the system as Solaris.
So unpacking the archive again and starting building from scratch
might be a good idea...
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