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I had indeed some clock problems, but I thought I solved them before
emerging ghostscript. I discovered the clock problem while compiling a
kernel. (make complained about things compiled in the future)
I did find a solution to the ghostscript problem. I had to patch the
genarch.c file: there is a bit of code used to determine the cache size
inside that file. I commented out a single line of that code, (the
second while loop from the top) and ghostscript compiled perfectly.
People that were able to emerge ghostscript without patching the code,
would probably have had another cache architecture than I do on my
G4/550 powerbook, but I can't tell for sure. I wouldn't recommend my
patch to anyone, because I'm not sure what consequences it has (we'll
Have not experienced problems since, running KDE3, gnome2 on ppc very
smoothly now :-) I'm experimenting with gcc3 now (needed for openoffice)
On Tuesday, July 30, 2002, at 11:25 , David Chamberlain wrote:
> Just a thought Pieter: is your system clock set correctly? On my
> TiBook OSX reset to unix day zero a little while ago, for no reason I
> could discern. I've seen several reports of incorrectly set clocks
> (esp. those set to the future) causing ebuilds to enter infinite loops.
> Pieter Van den Abeele wrote:
>> I've got some problems emerging ghostscript. The process starts looping
>> forever when running ./obj/genarch ./obj/arch.h (making espgs-7.05.3).
>> Could anyone (on a G4) machine test if he/she can (re)build
>> Running make distclean && ./configure && make inside the espgs
>> work directory doesn't work for me. Could this looping be related to
>> changing from GNU ghostscript to ESP ghostscript? I have absolutely no
>> clue why some
>> people are able to emerge ghostscript on ppc.
>> Best regards,
>> Pieter Van den Abeele
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