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Problems still... can someone help?

Hello all, again:
	I'm still having problems with the cross compiler creation from
i586-pc-linux-gnu, to both i386-pc-msdosdjgpp & i386-pc-mingw32.  I can
successfully build the Binutils that I'm using for both of them
(binutils-, and install that.  So I wind up with binaries in
/usr/local/i386-pc-msdosdjgpp and /usr/local/i386-pc-mingw32, for both of
the sets of binutils.  I can execute ld and it confirms for me that it
knows how to link for the respective systems, and so I see that they
built the way that I intended for them to.
	However, what I am chronically having problems with, is gcc.
I'm using gcc-3.2.2 from the Free Software Foundation's FTP site, and when
I run configure, all is well - with both msdosdjgpp and mingw32 target
configurations - however, when the build process starts, I have problems
similar to what I posted the other day when I wrote to the mailing list.
I've done even *MORE* searching since then, and I've found people who have
had a myriad of other problems, as well.
	Is it even possible to build this release of gcc for cross
compiling?  Has anyone on this list been able to compile gcc with a host
and build environment of i586-pc-linux-gnu (or similar x86 Linux
configurations) and a target of either i[345]86-pc-msdosdjgpp or
	Nearly every document that I've found is outdated on this subject,
and their instructions don't work.  Adjusting things so that they look as
they should, doesn't seem to work, either.  I'm totally lost, here.  :)

	Thanks a million, in advance.

	- Mike

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