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It has been suggested that the Muq server supports everything but the kitchen sink. This is untrue: Muq has had a fully functional, POSIX-compliant kitchenSinks function since version -2.4, 94Mar26.
This function accepts no arguments, and returns the number of kitchen sinks physically installed on the host system.
If this number is nonzero for your system, add (say)
#define MUQ_KITCHEN_SINKS 2
to your h/Site-config.h before compiling Muq.
Note: If the number of kitchen sinks on your system tends to fluctuate erratically, you may wish to put
setenv KITCHEN_SINKS `ls -lR /dev \ | egrep -i "kitchen.*sink.*" \ | wc -l`
in your .login script, and then add
to CDEBUGFLAGS and COPTFLAGS in c/Makefile2.in and c/Makefile2. On most systems, this will automatically give you the correct value each time you recompile.
If your unix has non-standard kitchen-sink drivers, you may need to edit the above regular expression to match your local conventions.
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