[parisc-linux] FW: hpux 11.00 near success

Paul Bame bame@noam.fc.hp.com
Thu, 31 Aug 2000 11:28:57 -0600

= > hppa-linux-gcc -g -O -I../include -I../lib -I../../linux-2.3/include  -o
= > palo diskpart.o    elf64.o	    load.o	  paloio.o      som.o
= > elf32.o	      error.o	    palo.o build.o
= > /opt/puffin/lib/gcc-lib/hppa1.1-linux/2.96/../../../../hppa1.1-linux/bin/ld
= > cannot open crt1.o: No such file or directory
= I wonder why this isn't crt0.o?  The startup file is set by the specs file
= in /opt/puffin/lib/gcc-lib/hppa1.1-linux/2.96.  It is also internal to
= gcc.  The SPECS configuration files for the pa port are in config/pa.

I see two bizzare things.  The first is that 'hppa1.1-linux' is being
used, which is a very old convention.  The palo makefile hasn't asked
for that for a long time.

Secondly, the error suggests that an old tool chain,
or a new one built to the old recipe (without glibc etc...) is being used.

I recommend using a new tool chain.  Unfortunately we don't have
pre-compiled binaries for HPUX so you'll have to build it, which can
be VERY PAINFUL (be sure to get the LATEST version of GNU make).  The recipe
to use is in CVS under build-tools.  Make sure your palo bits are up
to date too...

Good luck!