[parisc-linux] problems compiling..
Mon, 28 Aug 2000 09:47:01 -0700
I've forwarded your mail to "parisc-linux" instead of "parisc-linux-request".
I think you just need get an internet connection for the box and update the
CVS archive you are working from.
Also, AFAIK, the --target should be "hppa-linux" or "hppa1.1-linux".
Not sure where MACH fits into that.
I haven't rebuilt the tool chain in quite a while...but I suggest
you look at build-tools/README and build-tools/palinux-autobuilder.
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I downloaded the last gcc in date of 2000-08-24 and I tried to compile gcc
on a HP workstation C110 (9000/777) with hp-ux 11.00 and gcc 2.95.2 from
The HPUX Software Porting and Archive Center. (I need to recompile the
kernel because I have to safely use the graphical port as console)
As explain in the recipe, I tried to run ./contrib/gcc_update but failed
because no internet connection is available on this server.
Assuming at this moment that the archive is up to date, I tried to go
further and launch the configure process.
(MACH=hppa-hpux ; DEST=/opt/puffin)
configure failed because "hppa-hp-hpux" is not a supported platform?
Fortunately, I still have a paper copy of the previous release of recipe
which reveal me that MACH must be hppa1.1-hpux.
Then configure was successfully completed.
But the make failed on the same error as encountered by Jeff Towarnicki in
Thanks in advance for help,
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