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Has anyone successfully compiled wu-ftp on macosx 10.3.4? Im trying wihtout any success. This is the error im getting: root# ./configure osx configure: WARNING: you should use --build, --host, --target checking build system type... Invalid configuration `osx': machine `osx' not recognized configure: error: /bin/sh ./config.sub osx failed. I already posted this to the wu-ftp list but there seems to be no traffic on that list, so i thought id try this more general list. Any help appreciated. thanks -- Alex Cohen...

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    Default compiling wu-ftp

    Has anyone successfully compiled wu-ftp on macosx 10.3.4? Im trying
    wihtout any success. This is the error im getting:

    root# ./configure osx
    configure: WARNING: you should use --build, --host, --target
    checking build system type... Invalid configuration `osx': machine
    `osx' not recognized
    configure: error: /bin/sh ./config.sub osx failed.

    I already posted this to the wu-ftp list but there seems to be no
    traffic on that list, so i thought id try this more general list.

    Any help appreciated.

    thanks
    --
    Alex Cohen

    Alexander Guest

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    Default Re: compiling wu-ftp

    Alexander Cohen wrote:
     

    I've never build wu-ftp before, on _any_ system, but in this case,
    I'd follow 'configure's suggestion, and leave off the "osx" argument.
    Let 'configure' figure out what system you're on -- that's what it's there for
    (well, usually).

    You can try "./configure --help" to see what it understands.
    It sure looks like it's telling you that it doesn't know what to do with "osx".

    Good luck!


    Mike Guest

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    Default Re: compiling wu-ftp

    On 2004-07-08 16:34:05 -0400, Mike Hall <enteract.com> said:
     
    >
    > I've never build wu-ftp before, on _any_ system, but in this case,
    > I'd follow 'configure's suggestion, and leave off the "osx" argument.
    > Let 'configure' figure out what system you're on -- that's what it's there for
    > (well, usually).
    >
    > You can try "./configure --help" to see what it understands.
    > It sure looks like it's telling you that it doesn't know what to do with "osx".[/ref]

    I tried using ./configure like it should be used, but it does not
    recognise osx. It says in the install notes that osx is supported
    platform and they are currently working on configure so it works
    better, they are currently changing their build system to use configure.

    thanks for the help.

    Alex

    Alexander Guest

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