BIND 8.2.2-P5 on HP-UX 10.x
blk at skynet.be
Mon Dec 6 23:02:51 UTC 1999
At 4:21 PM -0500 1999/12/6, Rip Loomis wrote:
> Is anyone else out there compiling 8.2.2-P5 on a
> HP-UX 10.x system still? If so, what compilers
> and other utilities are you using?
My previous experience with compiling BIND 8 on HP-UX is that it
works fine with the HP development compiler under HP-UX 10.20, but
that it doesn't work well at all with either gcc or the HP compiler
under versions of HP-UX prior to 10.20.
I vaguely recall having previously contributed patches to get it
to compile with gcc (and without the headers normally provided by the
HP development compiler) and HP-UX 10.10, but I don't recall there
being much interest to incorporate them.
Unfortunately, I have long since lost access to that machine
(which was a customer of a previous employer), so I can't resubmit
either those patches or patches that have been updated to the latest
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