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Successful Build Report for GCC 3.2.3
- From: Simon Gareth Best <s dot g dot best at btopenworld dot com>
- To: gcc at gcc dot gnu dot org
- Date: Wed, 02 Jul 2003 19:14:57 +0100
- Subject: Successful Build Report for GCC 3.2.3
- Organization: Very little.
Here is a report of a(nother) successful build of GCC 3.2.3 on a RedHat
[Report starts here.]
'gcc -v' (actual command was 'gcc-3.2 -v'):
Reading specs from /usr/local/lib/gcc-lib/i686-pc-linux-gnu/3.2.3/specs
Configured with: ../gcc-3.2.3/configure --program-suffix=-3.2
Thread model: posix
gcc version 3.2.3
Languages: all languages in the full distribution.
OS Distribution: RedHat 7.2 (Enigma), kept up to date with RedHat's
Update Agent, and up to date as of 1 July 2003.
Linux kernel version ('uname -a'):
Linux localhost.localdomain 2.4.20-18.7custom-olympus-1 #2 Tue Jul 1
18:08:35 BST 2003 i686 unknown
glibc version ('rpm -q glibc'):
This was a build of the full GCC 3.2.3 release, which was a full GCC 3.2
release patched up to GCC 3.2.3.
The '--program-suffix=-3.2' configure option was used to avoid name
clashes with RedHat 7.2's EGCS.
The kernel is built from RedHat's kernel-source-2.4.20-18.7 RPM package,
which came through their Update Agent as an update. The configuration
is customised to suit my particular system, but is otherwise a normal
RedHat Linux kernel.
[Report ends here.]
A possible omission in my report is whether or not anything extra needed
to be done for the system's runtime linker to know where to find GCC
3.2.3's shared libraries. This is because I'd previously built and
installed GCC 3.2 (which I manually uninstalled prior to this new
installation). I think I had to do something back then (possibly adding
a line to /etc/ld.so.conf, or possibly just running ldconfig), but I
can't remember for sure.
Anyway, a simple, 'Hello, world!' program works, so all seems well so far!
And thank you for providing the world with a free, good C++ compiler!