> WAG: Are you starting from fresh sources? If you are using the same
> under ming/cygwin, did you do a make distclean in cygwin, and a
> from mingw before compiling?
Yes, these are all fresh sources. But maybe I missed something. I
grabbed the single snapshot package from
I didn't do a distclean since this is was a fresh set of sources. I'm
running everything under msys and did run configure which worked great.
And then make, which churned away for a good while before the message.
I'm running Windows 2000 SP4 on a Dell, 1.5Ghz P4. With 256MB RAM.
> make: Leaving directory
> make -C port all
> make: Entering directory
> make: *** No rule to make target `dynloader.o', needed by `SUBSYS.o'.
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