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automake-1.10 make check failure

From: Steven Shaw
Subject: automake-1.10 make check failure
Date: Thu, 7 Dec 2006 13:33:42 +0000

Hi. Attached is a report that automake's "make check" asked me to file with

My environment is RHEL3 with autoconf-2.61 (installed with m-1.4.8). Both
autoconf and m4 are in my PATH.

(See attached file: make.check.log)

The output of "make check" is attached.


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Attachment: make.check.log
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