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Re: make check fails on redhat 6.2

From: Larry Jones
Subject: Re: make check fails on redhat 6.2
Date: Tue, 29 May 2001 12:11:39 -0400 (EDT)

Manik Bafna writes:
> Ok, I'm attaching the log. I compiled with the following options
> ./configure --without-gssapi --without-krb4
> ----------------------------
> revision 1.1
> date: 2034/12/25 12:31:00;  author: manik;  state: Exp;

Either your "touch" command is broken or you live somewhere with a
fractional timezone. does:

        touch 1225180134 cdir/cfile

Which should set the timestamp of that file to 2034/12/25 18:01:34 in
your local time.  It then expects the corresponding UTC time to be some
date between 2034/12/24 and 2034/12/26, any hour, any seconds (many
touch commands don't set the seconds correctly), but it expects the
minutes to be exactly 01, whereas your system has 31.

If you are in a fractional timezone, please select a different timezone
while you're running the tests.

-Larry Jones

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