coreutils problem

Chad Kittel vertigo at
Mon May 3 18:07:40 GMT 2004

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On Monday 03 May 2004 11:18, "Richard B. Pyne" <rpyne at> wrote:
> I am experienceing a problem with coreutils.
> On a new install of lunar, when doing the rebuild, coreutils
> hangs in a loop (99% cpu) at:
> checking whether getcwd properly handles paths longer than
> The machine is an Athlon XP 3000+ with 512 Meg RAM
> Default module: lunar
> Optimizations are set to:
> GCC version 3x
> -pipe
> Platform x86
> Optimization fast -O1
> CPU AthlonXP
> No Speed optimizations
> Features: MMX SSE dnow
> Floating Point: Both
> Strip
> Any insights or suggestions are welcome.
> --Richard

As a reference, mine works (doesn't hang anywhere, and recompiles just fine). 
Here is the output from the relevant part of my config.log

configure:40509: checking whether getcwd properly handles paths longer than 
configure:40632: gcc -o conftest -O3 -mcpu=athlon-xp -march=athlon-xp 
- -funroll-loops -mmmx -msse -m3dnow -mfpmath=sse,387  -s conftest.c  >&5
configure:40635: $? = 0
configure:40637: ./conftest
configure:40640: $? = 0
configure:40654: result: yes

As you can see by the output it does pass, but I run different optimizations 
than you do...  I have also have an athlon 3000xp+ btw.

- -v3rt1g0

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Chad R. Kittel
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