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Request was from Randolph Chung to c[email protected] does this not work for x64 Linux? GCC, as mentioned in the tutorial above, installs fine but binutils doesn't. Just remember to put it back when you are done building your cross compiler :) You can also just do your cross-compiling in a Hardy 8.04 VM. check over here

Now I'm going to try compiling Qt under it. Registration is quick, simple and absolutely free. Full text and rfc822 format available. Request was from Torsten Landschoff to [email protected]

Severity set to `normal'. Join our community today! You can choose which optional compilers to build and install, the directory for the build process, the install directory, etc., among many others. Changed Bug title.

  • Maybe the Code Gods will smile down upon me and do all my work for me again there :D ...
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  • x86-mingw32-build.sh: unpacking /home/ThinkPad/xen/tools/cross-mingw/mingw/packages/binutils-2.17.50-20060716-1-src.tar.gz ...
  • Reported by: Matt Taggart Date: Thu, 2 Aug 2001 02:33:01 UTC Severity: fixed Tags: help, upstream Merged with 128847 Found in version Done: "Christopher C.

AnunnakiJanuary 22nd, 2009, 07:59 AMIt didn't work for me... Thanks in advance. Chimelis" : You have taken responsibility. If you look in the file /usr/include/stdlib.h you will see the macro __wur on the line that declares the mktemp function (line 583 on my Ubuntu 8.10 x64 system).

You obviously also need gcc and make. Grab either from any GNU archive site. i386-pc-mingw32checking build system type... Chimelis" : You have marked Bug as forwarded.

Copy sent to Torsten Landschoff . Is there a developers image of 16.04 LTS? You may want to edit the SFMIRROR= line to use an SF mirror that is close to you, but other than that it should "just work". If you are building a 6.10 GCC cross compiler you will want to use binutils-2.26.

The reason seemed to be that gcc generates bad code but I was told that the code is indeed correct and the problem lies in the linker. With | GAS, gcc uses .PARAM to specify argument locations in static functions. Please don't fill out this field. Otherwise, edit the x86-mingw32-build.sh.conf file to specify the options explicitly.

Default target-spec is i386-mingw32 (the mingw32 package in Ubuntu defaults to i586-mingw32msvc). check my blog You might want to install the `Texinfo' package or the `GNU make' package. Copy sent to Torsten Landschoff . Now, the Mingw32 package in the Ubuntu and Debian repositories only support the C and C++ compilers in the Mingw32 cross-compiler toolchain.

Split python tuple in subtuples with capacity limit in functional programming style Is it dangerous to use default router admin passwords if only trusted users are allowed on the network? Unfortunately that thread was never answered. Afaik, I haven't modified any texi or texinfo files, and I already have GNU make. (I don't seem to have either makeinfo or texinfo.) Cheers, Rob ------------------------------------------------------------------------- This SF.net email is this content Severity set to `fixed'.

Message #12 received at [email protected] (full text, mbox, reply): From: [email protected] (Luca Filipozzi) To: [email protected] Cc: Matt Taggart , [email protected] Subject: Re: Bug#107437: doxygen won't build on hppa Date: Sun, 5 i686-pc-mingw32checking for a BSD compatible install... /bin/install -cchecking whether ln works... Binutils starts to setup but it eventually crashes.

Search this Thread 02-24-2009, 07:33 PM #1 grissiom Member Registered: Apr 2008 Location: China, Beijing Distribution: Slackware Posts: 423 Rep: MinGW in slackware 12.2(or current)?

It means that the standard library headers on your machine define the mktemp function as generating a warning if it is ever used in such a way that the returned result make[3]: *** [standards.info] Error 1 make[3]: Leaving directory `/home/grissiom/mingw/local_tmp/binutils-2.17.50-20060716-1-src/build/etc' make[2]: *** [info] Error 1 make[2]: Leaving directory `/home/grissiom/mingw/local_tmp/binutils-2.17.50-20060716-1-src/build/etc' make[1]: *** [all-etc] Error 2 make[1]: Leaving directory `/home/grissiom/mingw/local_tmp/binutils-2.17.50-20060716-1-src/build' make: *** [all] Error Versioning of BINUTILS (and many projects) use versioning of major.minor.patch. All rights reserved.

Linux Foundation is a registered trademark of The Linux Foundation. Powered by vBulletin Version 4.2.2 Copyright © 2016 vBulletin Solutions, Inc. When I go and build binutils, I get an error like this: I used a shell script to move ClooG and ISL into the build-binutils directory as specified in the tutorial have a peek at these guys Full text and rfc822 format available.

binutils-2.17.50-20060716-1-src.tar.gz). User Name Remember Me? if ! I didn't notice that.

Acknowledgement sent to [email protected] (Luca Filipozzi): Extra info received and forwarded to list. The latest is version 2.26.