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Date: Thu, 15 Mar 2001 15:41:52 EST
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Subject: Re: thread test
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From: Brian Keener <bkeener AT thesoftwaresource DOT com>
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On the results of the threadtest I sent you.  As I side note I decided 
since I now had automake installed I would remove my winsup cvs build 
tree and rerun configure and rerun make and see what happened.  
Wwwweeeellll,  I just happened to notice as make is running it keeps 
saying it found a working autoconf, autoheader, makeinfo, but it says it 
did not find a working automake.  I assume this means there is something 
wrong with my automake and would that affect the test for you and do you 
have any idea how I can check my automake and/or get it working.


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