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Now it's time for me to pay the piper... The SCO OpenServer compiler uses -bcoff, the default, and -belf to flip between the two modes. For years, there has been a well-distributed version of GCC for OpenServer (but never an "official" one until very recently). Unfortunately, the newer versions use "-melf", the default, and "-mcoff" to toggle between the modes. I've been a derelect in checking GAS snapshots, but they don't do well on this target on my host becuase they're finding GCC (egcs 1.0.1) and they "know" to add -belf, which sends configure down in flames. I'm guessing that I need to beat on these aclocal.m4 files, but they look to be machine generated. *-*-sco3.2v5*) # On SCO OpenServer 5, we need -belf to get full-featured binaries. CFLAGS="$CFLAGS -belf" ;; will probably have to include a test of gcc and see if it supports -belf. If it's gcc and if -belf works, add it. If it's gcc and -belf fails, don't. If it's not gcc, add -belf. But these seem to be generated files. If anyone can offer hints what they're generated *from*, I think I can submit a successful patch. Thanx. -- Robert Lipe http://www.dgii.com/people/robertl email@example.com