problem trying to compile with gcc and gf77 under NT

Mumit Khan khan@xraylith.wisc.EDU
Thu Sep 30 19:57:00 GMT 1999


Jerry Greenberg <jpg@SDSC.EDU> writes:
> Hi,
> I downloaded a binary for the GNU compilers (gcc-2.95-html-docs.tar.gz) from
> ftp.xraylith.wisc.edu/pub/khan/gnu-win32/uwin/gcc-2.95. I  used pax to
> untar it (under UWIN on NT). When I try to compile C or FORTRAN, I get the
> following message (I installed it under /usr/gnu ) :
>
> gcc: installation problem, cannot exec
> '/usr/gnu/lib/gcc-lib/i386-pc/uwin/2.95/../../../../i386-pc-uwin/bin/as.exe'
> Segmentation fault.

UWIN is far from bug free, and process invocation is one place where it
has a tendency to show up (call it `forced exposure').

What version of UWIN? Various 2.0 later betas were simply too buggy and
unstable for development work.

I suggest you provide the following (don't bother copying this list since
I doubt if it has anything to with gcc; however you *should* copy uwin
devel list):

  $ echo uname -a >> bug.txt
  $ uname -a >> bug.txt
  $ echo env >> bug.txt
  $ env >> bug.txt
  $ echo gcc -v >> bug.txt
  $ gcc -v >> bug.txt 2>&1
  $ echo gcc -c -v foo.c >> bug.txt
  $ gcc -c -v foo.c >> bug.txt 2>&1

Regards,
Mumit



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