checking for NSS... yes
checking for tclConfig.sh... no
checking for snprintf... yes
checking for connect... (cached) yes
checking for me pot o' gold... no
checking for gethostid... yes
checking for lrand48... yes
The first step to compiling an application from source on linux is generally to run a configuration script that determines whether you have all the libraries said application requires. Nestled somewhere in the thousand-or-so lines of rapidly-scrolling status lines was the bolded line above.
I'm pretty sure this is a silly little joke, as I've never heard of a library called "me pot o' gold."
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