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    Oh, no not again: Error when making

    Proclus (GNU-Darwin) suggested I use the -dynamic flag. It resolved the problem! Thanks for putting up with my idle speculating. /stone
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    Oh, no not again: Error when making

    Thanks for the helpful suggestions. To check out the problem, get the UNIX version of the program at http://morphbank.ebc.uu.se/mrbayes/ and run make. I apologise for not having enough knowledge before learning. It's more of a problem for me than for you though, so please stop bitching. ;)...
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    Oh, no not again: Error when making

    After looking some more, I've realised that crt0.o is a very basic routine which is apparently called to set up the stack before even main() is called at the start of the application. This kind of routine can't be missing. It has to be some problem with headers or something. Some header files...
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    Oh, no not again: Error when making

    I get the problem with simple c or c++ command-line interface programs. There shouldn't be any platform or x-windows things in there. This (found on the web) sounds pretty serious: "By default, each program linked by the compiler is linked with `crt0.o' and `libgcc.a'. `crt0.o'...
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    Remote SSH to MACOS X SERVER

    Sounds like sshd isn't running on the machine you want to connect to. I assume it's like in Mac OS 10.1. sshd should be in /usr/sbin/ If this is a new installation, you may have to generate ssh keys prior to starting sshd. Here's an excerpt from the INSTALL file for openssh...
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    Oh, no not again: Error when making

    Hi! I got this program that I really want to run on my PB G4. It has a simple command-line interface - but I can't get it to compile (or link, actually). It's delivered with a make file but not with a configure script. Works fine on Linux. I'd be grateful for any lead that can let me get it...
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    Defrag ?!

    So, isn't this just a HFS+ problem? As far as I know Linux' ext2 doesn't need defragmentation (although rumors say that there is a 'defrag' the use of which is not recommended) and that probably goes for UFS also. For OS X then, the solution might be to use UFS partitions instead of HFS+. OS 9...
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    Defrag ?!

    Unfortunately, I don't know of any myself, but I've seen indications. For instance, check: http://www.macsecurity.org/mail/macosx-talk/feb01/msg00662.shtml /stone
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    I lost my icons !

    The same thing happened to me, too: I turned off my computer during vacation and ... no OS9 icons. It would be absolutely great if somebody has some insightful suggestion of how to solve this. I haven't been able to search Apple's "knowledge base" because of some "unexpected error" so I don't...
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    mysql - does it compile?

    Sure, The fix works but it's a few lines further down in 36, #1241 I think. /stone
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    mysql - does it compile?

    Hey, I finally found this: http://www.mysql.com/doc/M/a/Mac_OS_X_Public_Data.html which describes how to fix this problem. I haven't tried it yet. /s
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    mysql - does it compile?

    I've downloaded and tried to compile mysql-3.23.36. Configuring goes well then but I get a compiler error a good part into the build when running make. I've browsed forums and it seems that some people have compiled mysql without any problem at all (an older version). I would be really...
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    Linux - os X problem

    Hi! Just wanted to mention that the problem I described when staring this thread went away as I installed OS X "final". No problem now so it was probably a problem in PB after all. /stone
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    The awful truth about OS X

    Kingston RAM is pretty cheap and works fine for me (iBook 128 MB). However, to suggest a particular brand without actually knowing their overall quality may be unsafe. They do offer life time guarantee, though, so perhaps... /stone
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    The awful truth about OS X

    Crashes? I doubt that any of these are really crashes in the pre OS X sense. It's not like in old times when any badly conceived junk of application code could kill off the OS. We're talking UNIX here. If your application dies and even pulls the GUI with it, it should be possible of connect...
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    Linux - os X problem

    Yeah... "will likely be..." Explanation: I'm running this in the present, using an inexpensive Linux box as a file and backup server. Windos users connect using Samba and Macs use netatalk. Works pretty well! MacOS X PB doesn't work as well as MacOS 9.0.4 unfortunately. Whenever better...
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    Linux - os X problem

    Strobe: I can connect to the Linux-box running netatalk using the IP-number directly, I don't have to see it in the chooser window. I suppose that means AppleTalk IP? stone
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    Installing new version of OS X

    I'm tinkering to try getting various things running under OS X PB and xwindows. As well as other third party software. I'm getting nervous about the upcoming change to the real OS X ver. 1. For one thing, since I have everything under OS X in a single partition it's perhaps impossible...
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    Window Maker

    Sorry, Slipped a little on the keyboard. wrong order. The end should read: 8. login as yourself 9. copy xinitrc to you home as .xinitrc if you don't have it. 10. modify .xinitrc at the end subsituting whatver is there after # start some nice programs, to: /usr/local/bin/wmaker & xterm...
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    Window Maker

    Had some problems, but I got Window Maker up and running after making a dummy lm library (Help from zpincus, see other thread: http://www.macosx.com/forums/showthread.php?threadid=1940). 1. Get the source from http://www.windowmaker.org 2. make a symbolic link gcc -> cc (steps 2-6 as root)...
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