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Re: successful install of gcc 3.0.1 on Solaris 8 (64 bit)
- To: Arnold dot O dot Andrews at seagate dot com, gcc at gcc dot gnu dot org
- Subject: Re: successful install of gcc 3.0.1 on Solaris 8 (64 bit)
- From: Alex Zhukov <szhukov at priocom dot com>
- Date: Wed, 24 Oct 2001 09:16:53 +0300
- Organization: Priocom
- References: <OF7CAC124F.104B0138-ON86256AEE.00836B6E@notes.seagate.com>
> I just wanted to drop you a note and let you know that I was successful at
> installing the GCC version 3.0.1 on sparc-sun-solaris-2.8 (64 bits).
you mean you've made spacv9-sun-solaris2.8 (real 64bit) or just
typed "./configure && make bootstrap && make install" in the build directory?
if former than you got 32bit compiler for solaris2.8
type "file /binary/compiled/with/gcc-3.0.1"
it will show the things
> I saw on the build status page that this was "Not supported". I am
> guessing that is because it wasn't easy for me to install.
i did the sparcv9-sun-solaris2.8 and people still dont believe it produces
> Here is how I did it:
> Starting with the Solaris C compiler version 4.2, I tried to compile the
> full source code "gcc-3.0.1.tar.gz" and it failed. Thinking I might have
> better luck to install an older version first, and then use the older
> version to compile the new version, I tried installing the full package for
> "gcc-2.9.5.tar.gz" and again I had errors during the compilation.
> Eventually, I tried just getting the core for 2.95 (gcc-core-2.95.tar.gz)
> and I was successful at compiling and installing that. I then used that
> version to successfully compile and install the full 3.0.1 version which
> had failed previously.
> After installation, I successfully used it to compile the latest released
> version of Samba (2.2.2) with no problems.
> Thank you for all of the hard work which goes into making FSF software
> Arnold Andrews
> MCAD/UNIX Systems Adminstrator
> Seagate Technology, LLC