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nekonoko wrote: Since I had some free time this afternoon I made a tardist for this as well:

http://www.nekochan.net/wiki/downloads/gtkhx-0.9.4.tardist

Depends on GTK stuff from SGI Freeware; untested (just made sure it launched). Hopefully it works :)



I get this error:

[root: /usr/local/bin]#./gtkhx
6368:./gtkhx: rld: Fatal Error: Cannot Successfully map soname 'libgdk_pixbuf.so.3' under any of the filenames /usr/freeware/lib32/libgdk_pixbuf.so.3:/usr/lib32/libgdk_pixbuf.so.3:/usr/lib32/internal/libgdk_pixbuf.so.3:/lib32/libgdk_pixbuf.so.3:/opt/lib32/libgdk_pixbuf.so.3:/usr/freeware/lib32/libgdk_pixbuf.so.3.3:/usr/lib32/libgdk_pixbuf.so.3.3:/usr/lib32/internal/libgdk_pixbuf.so.3.3:/lib32/libgdk_pixbuf.so.3.3:/opt/lib32/libgdk_pixbuf.so.3.3:
[root: /usr/local/bin]#




Which library exactly do we need for this?
Hello all. Two questions regarding Mozilla.

1. Does anyone know how to set a mail notification sound in Mozilla 1.3b. In Edit>Preferences then Mail and Newsgroups under the Notifications label there is a place to select a sound file, yet all I get is "beep".

2. Can anyone tell me if version 1.4b is faster than 1.3b?
Out of curiosity, for those in the know, how much hard drive real estate will a 30 minute standard camcorder video take up when captured to the O2?
I'm still running the classic seti on my O2, but I'm wondering, are they still making use of this data, or has everything changed over to BOINC?
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How can you still be running classic? Didn't they shut the servers off a month or two ago and switch everything to boinc?


That's why I asked the question. I'm only about 57% of the wat rhrough a work unit, and I only run seti at night, so I've probably got 2 or 3 more nights before it tries to send the complete work unit back to base - so to speak.

So, if it goes through and downloads another work unit, all is well. If not, then I'll let everybody know.

BTW. I couldn't remember my old seti password, so I created a new account on my windows machine. Now, I can logg into both acounts! The old one logs me straight in on IRIX, and the new one on the windows box. So, at least my old account is still there.
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I know teleffect can control the mouse and keyboard across two machines, but I'd like to know if there's a software solution for sharing one monitor on two machines.
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just go to the above link i posted... paste the google video complete link ... press "download"...
then u'll be redirected to a page where you can download the .flv or .avi file.

hope this help
cheers


Actually, this didn't help. Still can't download, only view. :?
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Looking into all options now.

I didn't know vnc was available for IRIX 6.5. And kvm switches that don't play nice with mice????

Anyway, I'm sure I'll find something.
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Depends on what two machines, sort of. Two Irix machines is easy - this is X-Window, after all.


O.K.

To try it out go to your Toolchest, hit tools, then "enable remote display." The start the program on your other box with some variant of <binaryname -display hostname:displaynumber >. Check the docs for better directions Smile


Well, I do plan on sharing a single monitor between 2 SGI's, but this method is cumbersome. How do I switch from one to the other?

Also, out of curiousity, what's the exact command of "binaryname -display......." on two SGI's?
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There is also neko_tightvnc is you want the whiole desktop remotely.


Sqeen, what do you mean by the whole desktop? Is this different to teleffect? I'm using teleffect now, it works well, but I still need two monitors. I thought vnc needed two monitors also.

BTW, you signature quote is mispelled (off not of). Smile


Oops, that's embarrassing. :oops: Fixed.

Turn on both computers. Now for starters do 'toolchest-> desktop-> access files-> by remote login' on one box. You'll get a popup asking for a user name and password. Enter what you normally would to log into machine number two.


O.K. so far........


If you choose "toolchest" you'll get the other machine's toolchest opening on the desktop that you are using.


Choose toolchest? From where?

Choose something from that toolchest - maybe open a browser ? Now that browser will be running on machine number two but displaying on machine number one. You needn't "switch between" because everything is displaying on your single desktop. Since they're both SGI boxes almost everything should happily display across the network but run on its own hardware. (You can set up more desks if you like to keep the two machines separated. Toochest, desktop, extra desks.)


This bit I understand. :) I guess I'll have to try it, just waiting on the RAM to get the second O2 running.
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If you choose "toolchest" you'll get the other machine's toolchest opening on the desktop that you are using.


Choose toolchest? From where?


Oops, sorry hamei, I see where to make the choice now, too eager... :oops:
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TelEffect only forwards keyboard and mouse "data" to the auxiliary system (which has its own screen to output to)... You can compare it best with a Dual Monitor setup in for ex. Windows XP: you just move the mouse to the monitor displaying the app you want to operate.


Yep, that's how I have it working at the moment.

If you have only one monitor, one of the two systems is headless, so its screen output must be directed to another system for display. This is where apps like VNC or Remote-X come into play.

From Glock.

And:

I may have gotten confused since I haven't used VNC for a while, but I believe x2vnc will just share keyboard & mouse, while using vncclient (from tightvnc) to log into a machine running a vncserver will give you the other machine's desktop-in-a-window.

From squeen.


Ah, starting to understand it now. That's exactly what I was after, having the other machine's desktop appear in a window!

So, after all that, it does seem possible. :D

I'll look into it as soon as I get the RAM.
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How can you still be running classic? Didn't they shut the servers off a month or two ago and switch everything to boinc?


Well, looks like you were right. I completed the work unit, seti daemon then tried to send the data to the server, kept ketting "unable to send to server, trying again in an hour" message.
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It might be worth mirroring them here, right next to the nekoware stuff?

They don't seem all that big :wink:

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Man it's hard to find this movie at my local video stores on DVD.

All I can find is the tape version, too bad my vcr crapped itself last year. :(

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ShadesofBlue how does all this install a *network* printer?
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Oops, sorry Blue :oops:

The original poster did say between 2 sgi systems.
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Actually, while we're on the subject, I've tried using Samba to try and get my O2 to communicate with the bj-200 ex i have connected on the pc.

Haven't been able to pull it off.

So, can anyone offer advice as to how to print from IRIX to a printer connected on a pc?

Is using Samba the way to go?
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Well as you all know IRIS is the default, and, apart from it being a flower, it also sounds like an Egyptian God (Isis, the mother God), I decided to keep the Egyptian God theme going.

The O2 was my original system, so it retains the name IRIS.

The second O2 I bought to replace it (long story), is named Osiris.

The Octane (when I get it up and running) will be named Anubis.

Don't ask me why, I don't even know myself, but for now, that's where it stands, till I get bored and change everything again. :roll:

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Ouch!

I haven't been slapped that hard since I squeezed my first girlfriend's tits. :(

I take it Neko you want to kill this thread? :wink:

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No, but the title of the thread is "SGI Art Gallery" in IRIX: Computer Graphics ... let's try and keep it on topic


Fair call. Point taken. :)

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You should be able to use CUPS and IPP .... CUPS has never really been my friend but IPP should be more universal and easier than sharing a printer with samba ...


IPP easier than samba? I'll check it out, thanks Hamei.
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yarrumevets wrote:
I'm a jaded ol' fart and also a lecturer at the University of Technology, Sydney. In the good old days, I used to lecture courses in real-time operating systems, microprocessors, programming languages, etc., but these days I'm obliged to wade though huge amounts of paperwork (applications for exemptions, changes of course/major, appeals against assessment grades, etc.) and it's bloody soul-destroying.
In my office I have my Octane, Iris Indigo, Indigo2 and O2 (all bought using my own money) and it pisses me off that I don't get the time to tool around with them any more.
Maybe when I've finished marking these exams ....


Dude, you gotta be one of the coolest lecturers I've heard of.

All that SGI equipment in your office! Way cool. :D

I wish my Deakin lecturers had your passion, then maybe they can have something in common with me and meet me on middle ground.

But, I guess that's too much to ask.

Good luck marking exams, as a student, I dread the wait between sitting the exam, and getting the results. Be gentle to those lost souls, and throw in the extra mark, God knows getting a graduate job in this country is hard enough. ;)

Cheers,

Phil.

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Here's the story:

I've set up an account on the new BOINC site because my classic account is now mute.

I did this on an XP box.

Now, after setting up seti_enhanced on an O2, a I type the following:

[root: /usr/nekoware/boinc]#./boinc_client -attach_project http://setiathome.berkeley.edu 8380451
2006-06-30 13:38:50 [---] Starting BOINC client version 5.4.9 for mips-sgi-irix
2006-06-30 13:38:50 [---] libcurl/7.15.0 OpenSSL/0.9.7i zlib/1.2.3 libidn/0.5.4
2006-06-30 13:38:50 [---] Data directory: /usr/nekoware/boinc
2006-06-30 13:38:50 [---] Processor: 1 Silicon Graphics, Inc. IP32
2006-06-30 13:38:50 [---] Memory: 1.00 GB physical, 128.00 MB virtual
2006-06-30 13:38:50 [---] Disk: 33.79 GB total, 28.56 GB free
2006-06-30 13:38:50 [http://setiathome.berkeley.edu/] URL: http://setiathome.berkeley.edu/; Computer ID: not assigned yet; location: ; project prefs: default
2006-06-30 13:38:50 [---] No general preferences found - using BOINC defaults
2006-06-30 13:38:50 [---] Local control only allowed
2006-06-30 13:38:50 [---] Listening on port 31416
2006-06-30 13:38:54 [http://setiathome.berkeley.edu/] Scheduler list download succeeded
2006-06-30 13:38:54 [http://setiathome.berkeley.edu/] Sending scheduler request to http://setiboinc.ssl.berkeley.edu/sah_cgi/cgi
2006-06-30 13:38:54 [http://setiathome.berkeley.edu/] Reason: Requested by user
2006-06-30 13:38:54 [http://setiathome.berkeley.edu/] Requesting 8640 seconds of new work
2006-06-30 13:38:57 [http://setiathome.berkeley.edu/] Scheduler request succeeded
2006-06-30 13:38:57 [[email protected]] Message from server: Invalid or missing account key. Visit this project's web site to get an account key.
2006-06-30 13:38:57 [[email protected]] Resetting project
2006-06-30 13:38:57 [---] Rescheduling CPU: exit_tasks
2006-06-30 13:38:57 [[email protected]] Detaching from project

So why am I getting an invalid or missing account key?

Do I need to setup another account on the O2?

Any advice would be welcome.
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Nowadays I have a retro-computer collection of some 110 machines, mostly 8 and 16 bit!


Yiassou Dimitri.

110 machine collection! Man, that's what I call hard core. :shock:

Keep up the collecting mate. Good to see another greek on Nekochan. 8)

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Are you still using the same profile?

I had a problem where a new profile was being used for some reason.

Edit: That should read desktop environment
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Hi all.

I've set up ssh in exactly the same manner on an O2 and an Octane.

The O2 is fine, however the Octanes syslog has the following:

Dec 17 00:51:29 6E:ANUBIS sshd[4812]: Failed password for invalid user webadmin from
211.196.11.148 port 4339 ssh2
Dec 17 00:51:35 6E:ANUBIS sshd[4815]: Invalid user ftp from 211.196.11.148
Dec 17 00:51:35 3E:ANUBIS sshd[4815]: error: Could not get shadow information for NOU
SER
Dec 17 00:51:35 6E:ANUBIS sshd[4815]: Failed password for invalid user ftp from 211.1
96.11.148 port 4385 ssh2
Dec 17 00:51:38 6E:ANUBIS sshd[4819]: Invalid user ftpuser from 211.196.11.148
Dec 17 00:51:38 3E:ANUBIS sshd[4819]: error: Could not get shadow information for NOU
SER
Dec 17 00:51:38 6E:ANUBIS sshd[4819]: Failed password for invalid user ftpuser from 2
11.196.11.148 port 4492 ssh2
Dec 17 00:51:40 6E:ANUBIS sshd[4821]: Invalid user testuser from 211.196.11.148
Dec 17 00:51:40 3E:ANUBIS sshd[4821]: error: Could not get shadow information for NOU
SER
Dec 17 00:51:40 6E:ANUBIS sshd[4821]: Failed password for invalid user testuser from
211.196.11.148 port 4529 ssh2
Dec 17 00:51:42 6E:ANUBIS sshd[4825]: Invalid user testuser from 211.196.11.148
Dec 17 00:51:42 3E:ANUBIS sshd[4825]: error: Could not get shadow information for NOU
SER
Dec 17 00:51:42 6E:ANUBIS sshd[4825]: Failed password for invalid user testuser from
211.196.11.148 port 4558 ssh2
Dec 17 00:51:45 6E:ANUBIS sshd[4828]: Invalid user test from 211.196.11.148
Dec 17 00:51:45 3E:ANUBIS sshd[4828]: error: Could not get shadow information for NOU
SER
Dec 17 00:51:45 6E:ANUBIS sshd[4828]: Failed password for invalid user test from 211.
196.11.148 port 4592 ssh2
Dec 17 00:51:49 6E:ANUBIS sshd[4830]: Invalid user guestuser from 211.196.11.148
Dec 17 00:51:49 3E:ANUBIS sshd[4830]: error: Could not get shadow information for NOU
SER
Dec 17 00:51:49 6E:ANUBIS sshd[4830]: Failed password for invalid user guestuser from
211.196.11.148 port 4635 ssh2
Dec 17 00:51:52 6E:ANUBIS sshd[4831]: Invalid user test01 from 211.196.11.148
Dec 17 00:51:52 3E:ANUBIS sshd[4831]: error: Could not get shadow information for NOU



There are dozens of these messages.

Can anyone shed some light?

Is this similar to the ftp thing, where people scan for open ports?
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Hi, I'm trying to compile squidGuard:

http://www.squidguard.org/index.html

with all dependencies (i.e. bison,flex, Berkeley db) from nekoware.

I use the following args:

./configure --libexecdir=/usr/nekoware/libexec --with-db=/usr/nekoware/bin/ --with-db-lib=/usr/nekoware/lib

and get the following:

checking for vsprintf... yes
checking for sigaction... yes
checking for signal... yes

** The Berkley DB library version 2.6.4 or newer
is required. Get it from http://www.sleepycat.com
use --with-db=DIR or --with-db-inc=DIR,
--with-db-lib=DIR to specify its location


Seems like it can't find it or doesn't recognise it.

Any suggestions?
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Update...

Setting CC=cc rather than using the dreaded gcc completes the ./configure script without error, however, make now falls over with the following:


making all in squidGuard-1.2.0
making all in src
cc -I.. -I. -I. -I/usr/nekoware/bin/include -DHAVE_CONFIG_H -g -I/usr/nekoware/bin/include -c main.c
cc-1020 cc: ERROR File = sg.h, Line = 192
The identifier "DBC" is undefined.

DBC *dbcp;
^

cc-1020 cc: ERROR File = sg.h, Line = 193
The identifier "DB_ENV" is undefined.

DB_ENV *dbenv;
^

cc-1020 cc: ERROR File = sg.h, Line = 380
The identifier "DB_ENV" is undefined.

int db_init __P((char *, DB_ENV **));
^

cc-1178 cc: WARNING File = main.c, Line = 111
Argument is incompatible with the corresponding format string conversion.

fprintf(stderr, "SquidGuard: %s %s\n", VERSION,db_version(NULL,NULL,NULL));
^

3 errors detected in the compilation of "main.c".
*** Error code 2 (bu21)
*** Error code 1 (bu21)
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Hhmmm.

configure insists on using /usr/nekoware/bin/include.

I tried using :

#./configure --with-db=/usr/nekoware/bin --with-db-lib=/usr/nekoware/lib --includedir=/usr/nekoware/include


and even

#./configure --with-db=/usr/nekoware/bin --with-db-lib=/usr/nekoware/lib --includedir=/usr/nekoware/../include

still no go.

Checking configure itself, I see:
By default, \`make install' will install all the files in
\`$ac_default_prefix/bin', \`$ac_default_prefix/lib' etc. You can specify
an installation prefix other than \`$ac_default_prefix' using \`--prefix',
for instance \`--prefix=\$HOME'.

For better control, use the options below.

Fine tuning of the installation directories:
--bindir=DIR user executables [EPREFIX/bin]
--sbindir=DIR system admin executables [EPREFIX/sbin]
--libexecdir=DIR program executables [EPREFIX/libexec]
--datadir=DIR read-only architecture-independent data [PREFIX/share]
--sysconfdir=DIR read-only single-machine data [PREFIX/etc]
--sharedstatedir=DIR modifiable architecture-independent data [PREFIX/com]
--localstatedir=DIR modifiable single-machine data [PREFIX/var]
--libdir=DIR object code libraries [EPREFIX/lib]
--includedir=DIR C header files [PREFIX/include]
--oldincludedir=DIR C header files for non-gcc [/usr/include]
--infodir=DIR info documentation [PREFIX/info]
--mandir=DIR man documentation [PREFIX/man]
EOF


Notice the /bin in this line:

\`$ac_default_prefix/bin',

It has me stumped.
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regan_russell wrote: You have autoconf and automake installed and configured properly..?


I have autoconf, but not automake.

I installed it and tried using gcc to configure, same error, can't find db.
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mgtremaine wrote: Not to state the obvious but did you try using Gnu Make? [aka gmake] some stuff will not build with any other version of make.

-Mike


No, I haven't tried GNU Make.

Can't find it in nekoware, is it part of a larger package?
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Yes I have built all dependencies;

autoconf, libtool, M4, perl db, bison, flex, etc.

They're all there, and they're all from nekoware.

I might have to set an environment variable somewhere???
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mgtremaine wrote: Not to state the obvious but did you try using Gnu Make? [aka gmake] some stuff will not build with any other version of make.

-Mike


Thanks to regan_russell, I found and installed gmake. Unfortunately, it gives the same error:

#gmake
making all in squidGuard-1.2.0
gmake[1]: Entering directory `/pk_tmp/squidGuard-1.2.0/src'
making all in src
cc -I.. -I. -I. -I/usr/nekoware/bin/include -DHAVE_CONFIG_H -g -I/usr/nekoware/bin/include -c main.c
cc-1020 cc: ERROR File = sg.h, Line = 192
The identifier "DBC" is undefined.

DBC *dbcp;
^

cc-1020 cc: ERROR File = sg.h, Line = 193
The identifier "DB_ENV" is undefined.

DB_ENV *dbenv;
^

cc-1020 cc: ERROR File = sg.h, Line = 380
The identifier "DB_ENV" is undefined.

int db_init __P((char *, DB_ENV **));
^

cc-1178 cc: WARNING File = main.c, Line = 111
Argument is incompatible with the corresponding format string conversion.

fprintf(stderr, "SquidGuard: %s %s\n", VERSION,db_version(NULL,NULL,NULL));
^

3 errors detected in the compilation of "main.c".
gmake[1]: *** [main.o] Error 2
gmake[1]: Leaving directory `/pk_tmp/squidGuard-1.2.0/src'
gmake: *** [all] Error 1
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So how do you get past the "make" errors?

You must be doing something differently??
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Update.

I've managed to get the gcc compiler to run configure without error.

gmake still falls over with:

#gmake
making all in squidGuard-1.2.0
gmake[1]: Entering directory `/pk_tmp/squidGuard-1.2.0/src'
making all in src
gcc -I.. -I. -I. -I/usr/nekoware/include -DHAVE_CONFIG_H -g -O2 -I/usr/nekoware/include -c main.c
gcc -I.. -I. -I. -I/usr/nekoware/include -DHAVE_CONFIG_H -g -O2 -I/usr/nekoware/include -c sgLog.c
gcc -I.. -I. -I. -I/usr/nekoware/include -DHAVE_CONFIG_H -g -O2 -I/usr/nekoware/include -c sgDb.c
sgDb.c: In function `sgDbInit':
sgDb.c:101: warning: passing arg 2 of pointer to function from incompatible pointer type
sgDb.c:101: warning: passing arg 4 of pointer to function makes pointer from integer without a cast
sgDb.c:101: error: too few arguments to function
sgDb.c:107: warning: passing arg 2 of pointer to function from incompatible pointer type
sgDb.c:107: warning: passing arg 4 of pointer to function makes pointer from integer without a cast
sgDb.c:107: error: too few arguments to function
gmake[1]: *** [sgDb.o] Error 1
gmake[1]: Leaving directory `/pk_tmp/squidGuard-1.2.0/src'
gmake: *** [all] Error 1


Not really sure where to go from here.
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deBug wrote:
Spidy wrote: Actually, while we're on the subject, I've tried using Samba to try and get my O2 to communicate with the bj-200 ex i have connected on the pc.

Haven't been able to pull it off.

So, can anyone offer advice as to how to print from IRIX to a printer connected on a pc?

Is using Samba the way to go?


I use this http://iharder.sourceforge.net/current/macosx/winmacprinter/ method to print to my HP Laserjet 4050 (non postscript printer) from my SGI computers.


Has anyone here been successful in using this method with the newer (and now stansard) USB printers.

I tried this procedure but had to change the RPT1 to virtual USB port in order to print a test page *from Windows*. When trying to print from IRIX, my printer, a Brother DCP-130C, shows Receiving Data but doesn't actually print anything.

lpstat shows a job for a few seconds then nothing, while the printer is still in Receiving Data mode.

Any ideas/new links?
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ohw0571 wrote: Hello,

IThe whole package is available for IRIX, but - disappointingly - partiview coredumps on my Octane :(
Very strange...The binary should have been created for IRIX 6.5.x.

Oliver


Exactly the same problem here, coredumps on an octane. In fact, every script coredumps.
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Ne1 had any luck getting an LCD to work with this beast?
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Uhm...having a bit of trouble compiling.

cstdio needs to be in usr/local/lib?

Ammended the Makefile to include /usr/nekoware/lib/gcc/mips-sgi-irix6.5/3.4.6/include/c++ where the file lives, still getting errors I'm afraid.



#gmake notes
CC -O2 -LANG:std -I. -I../../../vk/include -I/usr/include -I/usr/local/include -I/usr/nekoware/lib/gcc/mips-sgi-irix6.5/3.4.6/include/c++ -c Main.C
cc-1155 CC: WARNING File = /usr/nekoware/lib/gcc/mips-sgi-irix6.5/3.4.6/include/c++/iostream, Line = 42
The indicated "#pragma" directive is not recognized.

#pragma GCC system_header
^

cc-1005 CC: ERROR File = /usr/nekoware/lib/gcc/mips-sgi-irix6.5/3.4.6/include/c++/iostream, Line = 44
The source file "bits/c++config.h" is unavailable.

#include <bits/c++config.h>
^

1 catastrophic error detected in the compilation of "Main.C".
Compilation terminated.
gmake: *** [Main.o] Error 2

Any pointers?

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