[kde-solaris] Gcc version everyone is using
Wed Oct 30 14:14:00 2002
I would undoubtedly recommend 2.95.3.
I have been working latest weeks on regenerating our GNU universe for
gcc3.2 was built quite fine, without binutils first, but led to endless
problems with various libs including ncurses, gtk, etc.
rebuilding the whole to use binutils helped slightly, but did not solve
I have decided to stick to the following :
and now, everything works like heaven (feels almost as comfortable as a
native Linux system ;-))
I have been building kde-3.0.4 with hints loosely gathered from the =
and mostly with the great help of Tobias Oetiker INSTALL info at
http://people.ee.ethz.ch/~oetiker/kde-solaris/. I derived from this =
but mostly followed the mailine. Works very fine (if you can stand =
**quite** a while!). I did not play much with result yet, but seems =
May Tobias be thanked for this well prepared job.
wish you the best luck !
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From: Ian Reinhart Geiser <email@example.com>
Date: Tue, 29 Oct 2002 19:49:24 -0500
Subject: [kde-solaris] Gcc version everyone is using
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What gcc version are people haveing the best luck with on solaris
Im testing with 2.95, and haveing a bugger of a time with SSL
problems with open and truncate getting clobbered to open64 and =
Does 3.2 fix this? Is 3.2 production quality on Solaris?
-ian reinhart geiser
When in doubt, do what the President does -- guess.
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