[Nagiosplug-help] ./configure command fails to detect gcc and awk

Thomas Guyot-Sionnest dermoth at aei.ca
Fri Jun 20 12:43:18 CEST 2008

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On 20/06/08 06:12 AM, Paras Vanjani wrote:
> Hi nagiosplug-help,
> I am trying to install nagios-plugins.1.4.12 on my server which has got
> a bash shell configured on the OS.
> After Successful Unzip of files i goto the nagios-plugins.1.4.12
> directory and run the command
> *        " ./configure -disable-ssl -enable-command-args
> --enable-redhatpthread-workaround "*
> I get the following output:
> *checking for a BSD-compatible install... build-aux/install-sh -c*
> *checking whether build environment is sane... sleep: Wrong number of
> arguments.1*
> *yes*
> *checking for gawk... no*
> *checking for mawk... no*
> *checking for nawk... no*
> *checking for awk... no*
> *checking whether make sets $(MAKE)... yes*
> *checking build system type... i786-stratus-vos*
> *checking host system type... i786-stratus-vos*
> *checking for gcc... no*
> *checking for cc... no*
> *checking for cl.exe... no*
> *configure: error: no acceptable C compiler found in $PATH*
> *See `config.log' for more details.*
> *sort: A required field is missing. Error in 'sort_path_names'.*
> *Pipe exception*
> *sort: A required field is missing. Error in 'sort_path_names'.*

This looks like a strange system...Where are your gcc and awk binaries?

It also looks like your coreutils are pretty non-standard... You got
argument errors for sort and sleep.

BTW is it expected that you have only one dash for disable-ssl
- -enable-command-args ? You should have two...

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