On Thursday, December 18, 2008 12:37 PM, Jörn Clausen <mailto:joernc%googlemail.com@localhost> scribbled: >> I guess I don't care that gcc, or anything else, is 64-bit or not. >> (Might be nice but not essential to me.) Do I just set ABI=32 in >> mk.conf to switch to 32-bit generation? > > In that case you should simply stick to the defaults, i.e. you do not > have to configure anything in mk.conf. This will get you 32 bit > binaries, independent of the OS or the compiler. After a bit of googling I decided to go with the GCC For Solaris Systems, and avoid having to bootstrap pkgsrc gcc. Redoing the pkgsrc bootstrap with it went well, but now gettext-tools doesn't build. I'm looking into that. Thank you for your suggestions. Tim -- Tim Larson AMT2 Unix Systems Administrator InterCall, a division of West Corporation Eschew obfuscation!
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