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From: Daniel Huber (dhuber_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-08-09 16:00:44


This is a followup to my previous message. I must be doing something
wrong, but I am unable to compile boost under gcc 3.2.2 on a Red Hat
Linux machine (RH9 linux 2.4.24). Note, I also tried gcc 2.95.3 with
the same results. If anyone has the time or the desire to help me out,
it would be much appreciated.

Here is what I did to install:

First go to tools/build/jam_src and build jam:

Then cd back to the boost root dir, and install:
   tools/build/jam_src/bin.linuxx86/bjam --sTOOLS=gcc
--prefix=~/local/linux install

I get a lot of errors relating to the HardLink command. (I am wondering
if the problem might be caused by the bjam program.) I checked the
things I thought might be causing problems: The target directory does
exist, but the files are not getting copied into that directory (eg. by
the FileClone command). I have write permissions in the target directory.

I am attaching the output from the compile process.

Daniel Huber

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