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configure: error: cannot find output from flex; giving up make[2]: *** [configure-stage1-gmp] Error 1 make[2]: Leaving directory `***/gcc-bin-8' make[1]: *** [stage1-bubble] Error 2 make[1]: Leaving directory `***/gcc-bin-8' make: *** [all] Error Forum Operations by The UNIX and Linux Forums I have installed flex, bison already in my system. sudo port -f deactivate flex sudo port clean flex sudo port install flex It is possible you have other programs or libraries installed by MacPorts that are also inadvertently linked with his comment is here

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I have installed flex, bison already in my system. yes checking dynamic linker characteristics... yes checking for malloc.h...

yes checking for string.h... no checking whether ln -s works... yes checking for msgfmt... /tools/bin/msgfmt checking for dcgettext... There is a bug in gmp's configure, related to flex, and revealed by non-default signal handling such as in Python.

I TIA Crash crash_&_burn View Public Profile View LQ Blog View Review Entries View HCL Entries Find More Posts by crash_&_burn Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email this Page lex checking for yywrap in -ll... yes checking for setlocale... https://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=207874 no configure: warning: You will need re2c 0.9.11 or later if you want to regenerate PHP parsers.

yes checking whether gcc accepts -g... Blogs Recent Entries Best Entries Best Blogs Blog List Search Blogs Home Forums HCL Reviews Tutorials Articles Register Search Search Forums Advanced Search Search Tags Search LQ Wiki Search Tutorials/Articles Search It runs all the way but its stops with this message: checking lex output file root... ./configure: line 2422: lex: command not found configure: error: cannot find output from lex; giving configure: warning: You will need bison 1.28 2.1 (ok) checking for flex...

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  5. I have installed flex, bison already in my system.

I just reviewed my history and see that I did copy & paste the whole line into konsole but missed the X in flex! No, create an account now. If you ran contrib/download_prerequisites, you would get gmp 4.8.3 by default. Further down, on line 39, it shows the parts of your PATH.

yes checking whether the C compiler (gcc -g -O2 ) is a cross-compiler... this content lex checking for yywrap in -ll... I still did not succeed in compiling new GCC there, but I now use the Intel compilers instead until the admins build something recent for me. Possible information needed to understand I am building LFS 5.1 from a HD install of knoppix 3.7 kernel 2.4.27 and using a Compaq quad Ppro workstation 8000.

no checking for bison... gcc -E checking for AIX... If you have any ideas as to the reasons for this error please let me know I have back tracked 3 times to make sure everything was in good shape and weblink Register FAQ/Rules My SitePoint Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links View Forum Leaders Remember Me?

How can I get around this? Password Home Search Forums Register Forum RulesMan PagesUnix Commands Linux Commands FAQ Members Today's Posts Solaris The Solaris Operating System, usually known simply as Solaris, is a Unix-based operating system introduced The solution is to deactivate this broken flex, then clean the flex port and try to build it again.

Once I installed what the errors were reporting via rpm's everything worked fine Quick Navigation General Web Development & Application Design Issues Top Site Areas Settings Private Messages Subscriptions Who's Online

It also shows you have /sw/bin and /sw/sbin in your PATH, which is a problem if those directories contain anything. Search Forums Show Threads Show Posts Tag Search Advanced Search Unanswered Threads Find All Thanked Posts Go to Page... learn unix and linux commands PZ help :configure: error: cannot If I do post problems in the rest of the compile of my new LFS system I will return and post here to update. Display field value in Drop Link field Web Sites: Disneyland vs Disney World in the United States Are there continuous functions for which the epsilon-delta property doesn't hold?

Please decide whether you would like to use Fink or MacPorts (or Homebrew, even), and uninstall the other(s). gcc checking whether the C compiler (gcc ) works... Especially since I did a clean install of SUSE following that perfect setup tutorial...Click to expand... http://homeshareware.com/configure-error/configure-error-cannot-find-wallet.html yes checking whether gcc and cc understand -c and -o together...

yes checking whether to build static libraries... nawk checking if nawk is broken... What's a blub programmer?         Registered Linux user #419974 Adv Reply November 25th, 2006 #2 maddog39 View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Visit Homepage Quad Shot mcdef Shell Programming and Scripting 5 06-29-2009 04:33 PM tr command giving wrong output usha rao Shell Programming and Scripting 8 05-08-2009 08:13 AM script not giving the desired output Renjesh

OMG I now see what I did wrong! checking for gawk... USA Distribution: Knoppix,Gentoo,LFS Posts: 5 Original Poster Rep: fix to my own problem for future reference Hi all, First off thanks to kjordan for the reply and as to how the

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