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Re: gcc: installation problem, cannot exec 'cc1'

   It still doesnt work. I reinstalled all the GCC and GCC-mingw
packages. The cc1.exe is present. But it still doesnt work.
Here is output of ls -l /usr/lib/gcc/i686-pc-mingw32/3.4.4/

$ ls -l /usr/lib/gcc/i686-pc-mingw32/3.4.4/
total 1234
-rwxr-xr--+ 1 Tom Users     547 Jan  6 20:44 cc1.exe.lnk
-rwxr-xr--+ 1 Tom Users     567 Jan  6 20:44 cc1plus.exe.lnk
-rwxr-xr--+ 1 Tom Users     573 Jan  6 20:44 collect2.exe.lnk
-rwx------+ 1 Tom None      412 May 24  2005 crtbegin.o
-rwx------+ 1 Tom None      492 May 24  2005 crtend.o
drwxrwxr--+ 2 Tom Users       0 Jan 12 08:18 debug
drwxrwxr--+ 3 Tom Users       0 Jan 12 08:18 include
drwxrwxr--+ 3 Tom Users       0 Jan 12 08:18 install-tools
-rwx------+ 1 Tom None    52594 May 24  2005 libgcc.a
-rwx------+ 1 Tom None     9772 May 24  2005 libgcov.a
-rwx------+ 1 Tom None  1063604 May 24  2005 libstdc++.a
-rwx------+ 1 Tom None      685 May 24  2005
-rwx------+ 1 Tom None   116074 May 24  2005 libsupc++.a
-rwx------+ 1 Tom None      685 May 24  2005
-rwxr-xr--+ 1 Tom Users     537 Jan  6 20:44 specs.lnk

And here is the output of the second one:

$ ls -l /etc/postinstall/gcc*
-rwxr-x---+ 1 Tom Users   69347 Jun  4  2005 /etc/postinstall/gcc-mingw-core-3.4
-rwxr-x---+ 1 Tom Users     787 Jun  4  2005 /etc/postinstall/
-rwxr-x---+ 1 Tom Users 1964271 Jun  4  2005 /etc/postinstall/gcc-mingw-g++-3.4.
-rwxr-x---+ 1 Tom Users     783 Jun  4  2005 /etc/postinstall/
-rwxr-x---+ 1 Tom Users     783 Jun  9  2005 /etc/postinstall/

I ran the cc1.exe link from windows. It gave me error that cygwin1.dll
couldnt be found. But on adding the Cygwin/bin directory to the PATH
(in windows), removed that error and CC1.exe shows a blank console
window. But the error while compiling still persists.

Maybe I should backup my stuff and try a new install.


On 1/11/07, Brian Dessent <> wrote:
Don't do that.  It's not necessary and won't help.  When you specify
-mno-cygwin you switch to using MinGW's version of gcc, an entirely
separate version of gcc that is installed alongside the Cygwin version.
This is why you must install the gcc-mingw-* packages for this to work.
Incidently, I don't understand how you managed to at first install
gcc-core but *not* gcc-mingw-core, since gcc-core lists gcc-mingw-core
as a prerequisite in the setup.ini file (and so on for the other
languages), so selecting one should have selected the other, and
breaking this dependancy should have given you a big fat warning

The cc1 that it is looking for when you use -mno-cygwin should be
/usr/lib/gcc/i686-pc-mingw32/3.4.4/cc1.exe.  What does "ls -l
/usr/lib/gcc/i686-pc-mingw32/3.4.4/" show?  Did you have any problems
running the postinstall scripts?  Do you have any that are not renamed
.done?  What does "ls -l /etc/postinstall/gcc*" show?

> ld: crt2.o: No such file: No such file or directory

This is part of mingw-runtime, and should be present in /usr/lib/mingw.


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