We have gone to great lengths to ensure that MNI AutoReg compiles and runs correctly on a variety of Unix and Unix-like systems. However, we only have ready access to Linux, IRIX, and SunOS systems; successful use of the package on other systems is not necessarily assured. (For that matter, its successful use anywhere is not assured - you get what you pay for! See the copyright .)
That said, if you have trouble building and/or testing the package, we'd like to hear about it. But just telling us "it didn't build" or "a test failed" is not enough - ideally, you would provide us with a detailed breakdown of your system configuration (architecture, operating system and OS version, compiler and compiler version, C library - including header files - and its version), and a comprehensive explanation of what went wrong and how we can fix it without interfering with portability to any other system. We don't expect that every bug report will have this amount of information, but keep in mind that that's the ideal to strive for.
Please do not complain of portability problems unless you have first made sure that your C compiler and library (including header files!) are ANSI compliant.