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Re: Problem with debian/rules

In <cfb54190909080619y7b60afd4ucbdf6d9cfe0b9d38@mail.gmail.com>, Hai Zaar 
>On Tue, Sep 8, 2009 at 3:49 PM, Mathieu
>Malaterre<mathieu.malaterre@gmail.com> wrote:
>> nawk -f ../../.././libsrc/support/strval.awk \
>>                role=declare outname=strvalc
>> <../../.././libsrc/standard/strval.tpl >strvalc.h nawk: cannot open
>> "/dev/tty" for output (No such device or address)
>Wild guess: if you run build from chroot, then probably your /dev
>(under chroot) is not populated, thus awk can not access /dev/tty.

Either that or your chroot is in a "nodev" mount point.  Then the device will 
exist, but won't work.
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