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- From: pocm at rnl dot ist dot utl dot pt (Paulo J. Matos aka PDestroy)
- To: gcc at gcc dot gnu dot org
- Date: 26 Nov 2001 21:42:09 +0000
- Subject: Downgrade unsuccessfull
I used gcc3.0.2 but I decided to downgrade, someone told me to
install gcc2.95.3 with --program-suffix and I did so...
I used --program-suffix=2!
After making install there was no gcc2...
I did gcc --version and I received the version 2.95.3!
Now I'm trying to compile kde and I had Qt installed, I still
have as far as I know, but it tells me now that it is not able to
compile. The error is undefined reference.
I've compiled Qt with gcc3.0.2, is it because I'm trying to
compile with 2.95.3 and it is not able to link?
Hope not because that means that I'll have to recompile
everything I compiled with 3.0.2
Since 2.95.3 replaced 3.0.2 can I remove any folder about 3.0.2?
Paulo J. Matos aka PDestroy : pocm(_at_)rnl.ist.utl.pt
Instituto Superior Tecnico - Lisbon
Software & Computer Engineering - A.I.
- > http://www.rnl.ist.utl.pt/~pocm
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