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Re: problems building AIX 4.3.1 cross-compiler on Linux
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- Subject: Re: problems building AIX 4.3.1 cross-compiler on Linux
- From: Alex Smith <email@example.com>
- Date: Thu, 5 Aug 1999 11:09:37 -0600
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On Wed, 04 Aug 1999, you wrote:
> Hi! I'm trying to build an AIX 4.3.1 on PowerPC cross compiler hosted on a
> 486 running RedHat Linux 5.1. I know that sounds strange, but the 486 is
> the only free machine I have to play with. I was able to build the
> binutils (2.9.1) just fine and now I'm getting this error during stage 2 (I
> think) of the compiler build:
> mv tmp-specs specs
> touch stmp-headers
> mv libgcc1.a libgcc1.cross || (echo You must find a way to make libgcc1.a;
> mv: libgcc1.a: No such file or directory
> You must find a way to make libgcc1.a
> make: *** [libgcc1.cross] Error 1
> make: Leaving directory `/mnt/disk2/build/gcc-2.95/objdir/gcc'
> make: *** [cross] Error 2
> [tomw@11 objdir]$
> I'm using gcc-2.95 and I have made the AIX header and library files
> available to gcc. I'm also using the gcc-2.95 Linux native compiler to
> build the gcc-2.95 AIX cross compiler.
> If I can get this working, I'm probably going to try to target
> sparc-sun-solaris2.7 as well.
> Any ideas? If gcc can't make libgcc1.a by itself, how can I make it?
> Any help would be greatly appreciated!
> Tom Williams
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What steps are you using?
What did you have on your configure line?
what did you type to make?
ESM Software Engineer
Axent Technologies, Inc.
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