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Wed, 22 Feb 2006 12:55:09 -0500
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Jerome <address@hidden> wrote:
First, unless your domain really is "anonymous.com" do *NOT* make up
return addresses. You have just contribted to the spam problem by
sending unsolicited, unwanted email to a real domain.
> Hi all,
> I am gcvs user since a while (under solaris). We now work under RedHat
> Enterprise 3. I am not able to compile it (i am not a software expert)
> It seems that there is a library redundancy somewhere.
We'll need a lot more information before we can begin troubleshooting.
To start with: What version of the source code is it, and where did you
retrieve it from? What compiler version are you using? What is the exact
error message you are getting?
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