From: simonwlb (conic_at_[hidden])
Date: 2002-03-12 20:16:10
--- In boost_at_y..., Rene Rivera <grafik666_at_r...> wrote:
> On 2002-03-13 at 12:25 AM, conic_at_b... (simonwlb) wrote:
> >I managed to build boost under Windows. As a Windows programmer,
> >was easy. Now I need to build it under Linux, and the hours are
> >rolling by without any success. But then, I'm a complete newbie
> >I managed to build Jam, but now I can't build boost itself. The
> >output of Jam is riddled with errors like this one:
> >MkDir1 status/bin/iter_adaptor_fail_expected1/gcc/debug
> >:command not found
> >':File existscreate directory `
> > mkdir status/bin/iter_adaptor_fail_expected1/gcc/debug
> >....failed MkDir1
> >....skipped <blah - blah - blah>
> >If it's any help, it's a Debian Linux, and my filesystem is a
> >one that is mounted under Linux.
> Perhaps your mounted Windows FS is read-only?
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I hope it's something that simple. I managed to build Jam itself ok,
so I assume read-only-ness isn't the problem.
Mind you, building Jam didn't work either until I made all the files
in the boost_1_27_0 directory tree writable. I did that using
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