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I'm having trouble building a cross compiler for the target h8/300, for a go32 host, using gcc-2.8.1, Binutils-2.9.1, Newlib-1.8.1, on RedHat 5.1. I get the error: Leaving ..../b-i386-go32-x-h8300-hms. No rule to make target 'objective-c' needed by 'native'. Stop. Why does 'native' want objective-c? Is 'native' here referring to the 'build' compiler, or the gcc.2.8.1 compiler that I'm compiling with? # This script is build-3way.sh from crossgcc FAQ-0.8. # This patch assumes: # - the source tree contains binutils, gcc, and newlib build with the # one-tree script Did it, no errors. # - that crossgcc-gcc-2.x.y.patch has been applied Used crossgcc-gcc-2.8.1.patch. # Create a single source tree from the various development tools. # Version 1.5. # # The script needs a binutils, gcc, and newlib release. # It looks for them in the current directory. Did it, no errors. Have build-3way.sh set: LANGUAGES=c [Added this, and started over clean, didn't help.] build=i586-pc-linux-gnu host=i386-go32 target=h8300-hms src=$here/src ... Where do I go from here? -- For information on any of the following check out my WEB site at: http://www.biogate.com/bpaddock/ Chemical Free Air Conditioning/No CFC's, Chronic Pain Relief, Echofone, Electromedicine, Electronics, Explore!, Free Energy, Full Disclosure, KeelyNet, Matric Limited, Neurophone, Oil City PA, Philadelphia Experiment.