Sun Oct 5 05:58:00 GMT 1997
Darren Rauckman wrote:
> I have installed b18, and i am having problems. I try to compile a
> sample program and it says it cannot find cpp. I have changed the
> GCC_EXEC_PREFIX to all kinds of things but I cant get it to work. My
> cpp is hidden in a million directories down. How can I fix this, what am
> I missing, what am I doing wrong?
Maybe it is necessary to try "env" command in bash to see whether the
GCC_EXEC_PREFIX has the right value when gcc invoking.
The following line can find cpp position if you can execute sed:
bath$ cpp_path=`gcc --print-libgcc-file-name | sed 's/libgcc.a//'`; echo $cpp_path; ls -l $cpp_path
It will be a strange thing if the outputs are all normal....
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