Subject: Re: gcc 2.95 fails to compile on NetBSD...
To: Todd Vierling <>
From: D'Arcy" "J.M. <>
List: current-users
Date: 08/09/1999 11:51:26
Thus spake Todd Vierling
> : /usr/local/source/gcc-2.95-i386-unknown-netbsd1.4/gcc/xgcc
> : -B/usr/local/source/gcc-2.95-i386-unknown-netbsd1.4/gcc/ 
> : -B/usr/local/i386-unknown-netbsd1.4/bin/ -c -I.
> : -I/usr/local/source/gcc-2.95/libchill   -g -O2  
> : /usr/local/source/gcc-2.95/libchill/chillstdio.c
> : xgcc: Internal compiler error: program cc1 got fatal signal 11
> This is highly unusual; it indicates that the C compiler got a SIGSEGV.
> However, some of the support libraries are a little intensive on the
> compiler; you wouldn't happen to have somewhat low process limits?

Go into the make sources and build and install a new make.  You may
have to do a few iterations and/or run some compile commands manually
Luckily it displays the command that it is running first.

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