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bug#8694: Configure on mips

From: Daniel Herring
Subject: bug#8694: Configure on mips
Date: Wed, 18 May 2011 23:47:40 -0400 (EDT)
User-agent: Alpine 2.00 (LNX 1167 2008-08-23)

On Wed, 18 May 2011, James William Cronin wrote:

When running automake generated configure scripts on an embeded mips based moded box (the Humax HD T2) - see www.hummypkg.org the generated make files contain a two letter addition to all variables followed by an @. (e.g. LL@, KK@ ir@ etc) The two additional letters seem to have some (although not uniformaly) resembelance to the preceding text.

Its basicly running busybox ontop of linux kernal 2.6.18

I am only passing --build=mips-unknown-linux-gnu to the scrip.

Configure scripts are made by autoconf, not automake...

Look in a Makefile.in (next to a Makefile). Does it have messed up variables? If so, then automake is the culprit. If not, then I'd guess the sed magic in config.status is messed up.

For an automake problem, the output of 'automake --version' would help. For a configure problem, the output of './configure --version' would help.

It also wasn't clear whether you are running autoconf and automake on the mips box or simply running ./configure and make.

- Daniel

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