GCC 3.0.2 binaries

kabir.patel@uk.andersen.com kabir.patel@uk.andersen.com
Wed Nov 21 17:26:00 GMT 2001

I moved the file to another device and when I run gzip -d on it, it comes back
with an
' unexpected end of file ' message. What does this mean, and how can it be


---------------------- Forwarded by Kabir Patel on 28/11/2001 15:48

To:   me@rupey.net
cc:   gcc-help@gcc.gnu.org, robert.lopez@abq.sc.philips.com
Date: 28/11/2001 15:41
From: Kabir Patel, London
Subject:  RE: GCC 3.0.2 binaries

>>However, you probably have already got an uncompressed copy (as Robert
>>suggests) - when you tried unzipping the file, it found a Java
>>(runtime?) .jar file embedded in the package (which is really a .tar
>>file) and uncompressed that instead. If your package was gzip
>>compressed, I think unzip would have failed.

What I intended to do, was unzip the file on my NT machine and then copy over
unzipped files onto the Solaris machine. Is this wrong?

I have since been trying to gzip the file, but keep on getting a "No space left
on device"
message. The size of the zippped file is 16351232 (when I do an ls -l). When I
df -k I have only  31053KB space availible on the device.
Is there a way for me to determine how much space is needed to run the gzip


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