Ok, I recognize the problem, but I can’t replicate it on my Ubuntu
It’s a SWIG issue where it looks like it thinks you’re redefining typedef.
related to some fixes I made for the processor affinity work and some
typedefs that needed handling differently.
I have a Mint 14 (64-bit) VM up and running and testing this there to see
can duplicate the problem.
If you need further information, just tell me what I should send, you in
case it may help. I have an image of the system at hand, backup/restore
matter of minutes (I love FLASH storage media!), so no risk to damage
anything Just have in mind that I am not a Linux pro…