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Does VNC support SunOS4.1.4? I download VNC and compile on SunOS414, but fail of compiling. Please shed a light. Thanks....

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    Does VNC support SunOS4.1.4? I download VNC and compile on SunOS414, but
    fail
    of compiling. Please shed a light. Thanks.


    cljlk Guest

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    cljlk wrote: 

    what is the error message when you compile?
    Geezer Guest

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    These are the errors I got, while I am compiling, please help.
     
    g++ -I.. -I../zlib -O2 -Wall -c FdInStream.cxx
    0: unknown flag -lang-c++
    0: unknown flag -Asystem(unix)
    0: unknown flag -Asystem(bsd)
    0: unknown flag -Acpu(sparc)
    0: unknown flag -Amachine(sparc)
    g++: installation problem, cannot exec `cc1plus': No such file or directory
    *** Error code 1
    make: Fatal error: Command failed for target `FdInStream.o'
    Current working directory
    /tmp_mnt/users/fxprod/bin/vnc/vnc-3.3.7-unixsrc/rdr
    *** Error code 1
    make: Fatal error: Command failed for target `all'

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    > what is the error message when you compile?[/ref]


    cljlk Guest

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    HI,

    cljlk wrote: 
    >
    > g++ -I.. -I../zlib -O2 -Wall -c FdInStream.cxx
    > 0: unknown flag -lang-c++
    > 0: unknown flag -Asystem(unix)
    > 0: unknown flag -Asystem(bsd)
    > 0: unknown flag -Acpu(sparc)
    > 0: unknown flag -Amachine(sparc)
    > g++: installation problem, cannot exec `cc1plus': No such file or directory
    > *** Error code 1
    > make: Fatal error: Command failed for target `FdInStream.o'
    > Current working directory
    > /tmp_mnt/users/fxprod/bin/vnc/vnc-3.3.7-unixsrc/rdr
    > *** Error code 1
    > make: Fatal error: Command failed for target `all'[/ref]
    Is your compiler working? what compiler do you have?

    try this command % g++ --version (GNUS cpp compiler) and
    % gcc --version (GNU c compiler)


    /Michael

    Michael Guest

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    "cljlk" <com> orally extracted the following in
    news:blh922$g4k$intel.com:
     
    > g++ -I.. -I../zlib -O2 -Wall -c FdInStream.cxx
    > 0: unknown flag -lang-c++
    > 0: unknown flag -Asystem(unix)
    > 0: unknown flag -Asystem(bsd)
    > 0: unknown flag -Acpu(sparc)
    > 0: unknown flag -Amachine(sparc)[/ref]

    Did you check to see if there was a ./configure script to run
    first so that it could properly determine what kind of env you
    have on your system?

    Also, if make doesn't work, you might want to consider trying
    gmake, if you're using the GNU compiler.
     

    Look like a lack of a proper configuration to me.

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