Subject: Re: NetBSD 3.99.21 doesn't build on i386
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: KlinT <email@example.com>
Date: 07/03/2006 10:03:25
You're welcome claudio ... :D
I understand why you want GCC4 ... But right now, i haven't succeed =20
to build a "valid" distribution ( 3.99.21 / GCC4 ) without using GCC =20
3.3.6 ( latest version before the 'switch' to gcc4 )
The only workarround I've found is to first build release with =20
HAVE_GCC=3D3, then install this release to another HDD =20
( temporaly ) ... And build again but using HAVE_GCC=3D4 ...
This works for me ...
I think that if you really want a fully functionnal "gcc4" based =20
release, you have to build the release again using the one you build =20
with "HAVE_GCC=3D4" ... You can also try HAVE_GDB=3D6 ... in order to =20=
have a complete up to dat release :D
The idea is to compile more than one time the GCC in order to be well =20=
optimized. This is the method used in "LFS" ( Linux =46rom =20
Scratch ) ... Oupps LINUX :D
Let me know if it works for you ...
Le 3 juil. 06 =E0 00:34, MKD a =E9crit :
> KlinT wrote:
>> "i386--netbsdelf-gcc: .: linker input file unused because linking =20
>> not done"
>> You have to test with "HAVE_GCC=3D3 or HAVE GCC=3D4"
>> I've got this error message a few days ago ...
>> I'm able to build a complete release with HAVE_GCC=3D3
>> Try this ... I know it's fastidious but this may solve your problem.
>> What is the release you are using to build the current-release ?
> I'm using NetBSD-3.0 to build the CURRENT. The main reason why I =20
> wanted to encourage with GCC4 was because of the optimizations with =20=
> Pentium-M, MMX and SSE.
> But I guess I'll have to use GCC3 by now, and maybe later GCC4 when =20=
> it gets fixed.
> Thanks guys, I really appreciate your help :)
> Claudio M. Camacho