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Re: Solaris 7; Compiling 4.1b2
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On Fri, 4 Feb 2000, DP wrote:
> ...As suggested, I've moved off of trying to get 4.0p2 to work and am
> trying to get 4.1p2 installed. Solaris 7, Ultra 1, g++ 2.95.2.
> configure bombs on:
> Using /usr/local/bin/bash to process command scripts.
> Segmentation Fault - core dumped
Uh-oh! Not a good sign!
> every other program seems to thing gcc/g++ works fine. what's the deal? If
> it matters, gcc/g++ was installed from a sunfreeware package...
I think it matters. It's important to recompile gcc for your actual OS
installation: from experience, gcc (and anything that is so involved
with the guts of your systems, like compilers) is sensitive to subtle
differences between what it was compiled on, and where it installed.
This is why the gcc instructions *say* to recompile it and install
on the system where you will use it.
Senior Engineer, CIRL
Mass. Eye and Ear Infirmary
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