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On 12/23/10 01:37, Perry Smith wrote:
> When my bootstrap process was trying to build openssl-1.0.0c, I got stuck at:
> WARNING! If you wish to build 64-bit kit, then you have to
> invoke './Configure aix64-cc' *manually*.
> You have ~5 seconds to press Ctrl-C to abort
> The tty was set with -icanon but I believe the problem is the config script says '#! /bin/sh'.
> On AIX, /bin/sh is actually ksh and ksh mucks with the tty settings between commands.
I've not seen such problems since I do </dev/null.
Does it help to redirect stdin from /dev/null for you too?
> I changed it to use /bin/bsh directly (see below).
> This could work but I'm a Gentoo Portage Prefix moron so when I started the bootstrap back up,
> it re-fetched the openssl package and spoiled my fun.
> I ended up gently killing the youngest copy of sh from another window and that caused things to get rolling again.
> This may be something to do with my ksh set up too.
> I don't use ksh but I might have it set so it defaults to emacs mode rather than vi mode.
> In any case, the script needs to avoid using ksh (on AIX at least).
Anyway, nice hint, thank you!
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