Subject: Re: gcc trying to configure as unknown-unknown-netbsd1.6ZK
To: john heasley <>
From: Chris Tribo <>
List: current-users
Date: 04/28/2004 17:46:01
On Mon, 26 Apr 2004, john heasley wrote:

> Mon, Apr 26, 2004 at 09:24:41AM -0400, Chris Tribo:
> >
> > 	Can anyone point out my stupid mistake? What am I missing? sources
> > are current, but gcc keeps trying to use unkown-unknown-netbsd1.6ZK as
> > the host type.
> I had this problem a few days ago.  It appears that uses syctl
> to determine the host type, but sysctl was not working since the kernel
> was new and userland was from prior to the sysctl overhaul.
> iirc, passing -m to did the trick.

	Building a new kernel without and the snapshot comp.tgz
set fixed it. Thanks for the hint about sysctl!

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