I used Gentoo (excellent way of keeping up to date) but used --version to see 
version was being selected... eg for auto* you have several 
diff versions in /usr/bin:

automake      automake-1.4  automake-1.5  automake-1.6

autoconf        autoconf-2.13   autoconf-2.53a  autoconf-2.54



On Wednesday 05 March 2003 6:25 pm, Jerome Draper wrote:
> How do I tell what versions I have installed of what you have shown below?
>
> J
>
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Brendan Bispham <b.bispham@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> To: <LINUX5250@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Sent: Wednesday, March 05, 2003 9:30 AM
> Subject: [LINUX5250] Trouble with autogen.sh
>
> > Hi,
> >
> > Trying the CVS source, and ran into problems with autogen. However I
> > think
>
> I'm
>
> > up to date;
> >
> > glib:2.2.1
> > automake: 1.6.3
> > autoconf:2.54
> > libtool:1.4.1-r9
> > glib-config --version reports 1.2.10
> >
> > I've checked and think I'm using the right versions - there seems to be a
> > script which selects which version automake/autoconf to call depending
>
> upon
>
> > such factors as AC_PREREQ (which is not there) or environment variables,
>
> but
>
> > I dont really know why it's so complex... Anyway, this is what I get:
> >
> > ./autogen.sh
> > autoconf: Undefined macros:
> > configure.in:234:AC_CONFIG_FILES([Makefile src/Makefile tn5250.spec
> > doc/Makefile linux/Makefile freebsd/Makefile win32/Makefile sun/Makefile
> > tn5250-config xt5250])
> > configure.in:3:AC_CONFIG_SRCDIR([src/tn5250.c])
> > autoconf: Undefined macros:
> > configure.in:234:AC_CONFIG_FILES([Makefile src/Makefile tn5250.spec
> > doc/Makefile linux/Makefile freebsd/Makefile win32/Makefile sun/Makefile
> > tn5250-config xt5250])
> > configure.in:3:AC_CONFIG_SRCDIR([src/tn5250.c])
> >
> > Can't think of anything else to try out...
> >
> > Ta,
> >
> >
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