> One of our users (in Zimbabwe, with no Internet connection) is having
> trouble to compile GAP no a Sun running SunOS 5.3 (Solaris 2.3).
> Has somebody compiled GAP on such a machine successfully? Or has
> somebody access to a machine and could try it? Finally (yes I know this
> is asking much), in case there are really problems, could somebody help
> us to solve them (e.g. arranging a temporary account for us, so we can
> debug GAP on such a system)?
> Any help is appreciated.
> Thanks in advance, Martin.
Yes, I have installed GAP on my Sparc5, running Solaris 2.3 and SunOS5.3.
I used gcc (the only C compiler I have) and needed to make only minor
modifications, I believe just in system.c (after fixing the things I broke the
first time :-).
Unfortunately, my Sparc5 is not on the Internet, although I could try to
I used gcc (the only C compiler I have) . As I recall, there were only a few
small problems (after I fixed the things I broke the first time :-).
Unfortunately, my Sparc5 is not on the Internet (it is at home), but I could
try to provide rcsdiffs (if I kept them; I'll check on it). I should be able
to transfer the file(s) to this computer via modem. If this will be of any
help at all, please let me know where to send it. If there is anything else
I can tell you, I will be very happy to try to help in whatever way I can.
University of Waterloo
-- .- .-. - .. -. .-.. --- ...- . ... .- -. -. .. -.- .- Martin Sch"onert, Martin.Schoenert@Math.RWTH-Aachen.DE, +49 241 804551 Lehrstuhl D f"ur Mathematik, Templergraben 64, RWTH, 52056 Aachen, Germany