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Re: General Help !!!!
Anybody out there who could help out .
> Hi Friends !
> I was looking for the solution to this problem .
> Hope someone out there has the solution
> Thanks Again
> vikram wrote:
> > Hi !
> > I am trying to compile gcc 126.96.36.199 with binutils 2.7 with gdb 4.17
> > for DG-UX 5.4R3.10 on m88k CPU.
> > Since the support for this particular version is not there either in
> > DG , I am trying to compile it as a cross compiler on the native
> > itself for m88k-dg-coff (nearest possible).
> > I am able to compile binutils this way .
> > Also , I am able to compile gcc. As such am not getting any error in
> > the compilation of gcc.
> > But at the time of actual compiling of a test program, following errors
> > have been encountered:
> > I was using the /usr/lib files and the other startup files like
> > crt0.o, mcrt0.o with the open BCS format .
> > Now the problem is that I am able to use the compiler and assembler but
> > at the time of linker am getting problems .
> > Initially started with crt0.o format not known error . After changing it
> to other
> > startup crt0.o file , could get past it . Now the problem is its giving
> errors in the libc.a file . .
> > Is the approach that I am using okay or do I need to take some other
> > approach .
> > Has anyone been able to compile the above things on DG-UX ( Data
> > General)
> > Any fast help would be really appreciated.
> > Regards
> > Vikram _______________________________________________
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