Patch error

Thomas 'Balu' Walter tw at
Tue Oct 17 13:09:37 PDT 2000

+-Gerard Beekmans-(gerard at[17.10.00 21:53]:
> > > You need a link from gcc to cc in /usr/bin
> >
> > I don't think so - the problem is not that cc is missing, but that the
> > host-type can not be configured...
> >
> > After installing glibc you should have a /usr/lib/gcc-lib/* dir which
> > should be named like i486-suse-linux/ or similar...
> >
> > If you don't have that glibc was not installed correctly.
> That's what everybody would think at first, but actually it's not that. I've 
> had that error myself a few times and I began tracking down that problem in 
> configure by seeing how it wants to determine the host type. Turned out it 
> runs the config.guess script or something to that effect. Upon examining that 
> file I came to the point where the host type part for intel cpu's was. I ran 
> it but it didn't return a thing because it had this line in it: 2> /dev/null
> Upon removing 2> /dev/null I got the error:
> bash: cc: no such directory
> bingo, checked symlink, forgot to add it, added it, host type could be 
> guessed.

The sparc was missing the above described dir - I forgot to do make
install in glibc-build and voilad "unable to determine host"...


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