Parse errors in gcc
llhorian at chello.nl
Fri Nov 24 01:18:19 PST 2000
Okay I think it was the pgcc and Athlon gcc patches that caused the problem for some reason (even though they didn't in the static version).
I removed the gcc directories from /usr/src and unpacked again. This time I didn't apply any of the patches (neither pgcc nor agcc) and set the -march variable to i686 instead of athlon (which wouldn't work due to lack of the agcc patch) and this time it did compile without problems. I did get some warnings about pointers or something but no errors.
So you might want to discourage anybody from applying these patches for the dynamically linked version.
And on the day of Thu, Nov 23, 2000 at 08:24:01AM -0500, Gerard Beekmans was heard defying the gods with the words:
> On November 23, 2000 01:21 am, you wrote:
> > An Intel (AMD actually) system.
> Which Glibc version are you running on LFS?
> Gerard Beekmans
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