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re: port-sun2/56158: sun2 m68000: super-block backups (for fsck -b #) at: 32,nbmakefs: Writing inode 152 (work/./bin/cat), bytes 528384 + 4096: No space left on device

>   Oh and now it's verified: I don't export HAVE_GCC=3D10 anywhere.
> (Though the initial GCC was a "gcc (Debian 10.2.1-6) 10.2.1 20210110",
> which is now the system GCC and not the more recent one from the
> "gcc-snapshot" DEB (which'd identify as "gcc (Debian 20210320-1)
> 11.0.1 20210320 (experimental) [master revision
> 3279a9a5a9a:6526c452d22:5f256a70a05fcfc5a1caf56678ceb12b4f87f781]").)

as you previously said, the host compiler _should not_ affect
what is being built for the target sun2.

just to confirm that this isn't happening, running this will
tell you what target GCC is being used:

   /var/lib/laminar/run/netbsd-sun2-m68000/nn/obj/tooldir.Linux-5.9.0-2-amd64-x86_64/bin/m68010--netbsdelf-gcc -v

(at least, i think that is your path.)


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