ok cool, I'll try that.
thanks for the tips!
ok, so I have successfully installed the OS (I chose debian) and I have installed all the dependencies. libnghost and nghost have compiled, and installed correctly as far as I can tell. nscan is running, however a call to nghost only yields the help screen as if I've typed nghost -h....
I didn't see anything in the nghost docs that says I need to do anything else to run it... any ideas/pointers? I seem to hit a dead end here... perhaps it's the long day...Code:minux:/usr/local/bin# nscan minux:/usr/local/bin# pgrep nscan 7640 minux:/usr/local/bin# nghost Unrecognized option: Usage: nghost [-heDm] [-d level] [l facility] [-o options_file] -h (--help) This message -D (--daemonize) Daemonize (no gui) -e (--no-desktop) Normal/non-Desktop Mode -d (--debuglevel) debug level: 0 - Errors only 1 - Warnings (default) 2 - Notices 3 - Info messages 4 - Debug messages 5 - Debug spam messages -l (--logfacility) Logging facility: stderr - log to error stream stdout - log to output stream syslog - log to syslog -o (--option_file) [options_file] -s (--speed) Speed/Memory usage: passive - Smallest memory footprint. progressive - (default) Conservative memory usage and progressive speed agressive - Fastest and the most memory usage. -m (--hidemouse) Hide the mouse cursor
The short version was "change char opt to int optc". Dunno if I still have the actual patches lying around. There was other minor stuff related to portability, but IIRC that was the only thing explicitly needed for PPC support.