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Can you suggest a better forum to post?

Hello!

I posted twice on issues I'm having getting the latest GCC compiler to compile ( "Command failed for target 'check-recursive' error" in the Solaris forum and "Compiling GCC 6.3.0 - Error with Library" in the UNIX for Beginners... forum) with zero responses. After many hours of beating my head against the wall trying to resolve the issues I'm encountering, I'm looking for any help or suggestions that I can get. But, I think that perhaps I'm posting in the wrong forums. I would like to get responses & suggestions as quickly as possible as I'm swiftly getting behind schedule. Can you suggest which forum might be the best to post in for problems with compiling on a Sun server with Solaris 10?

Thanks for your help!
Have a terrific Tuesday!!
PJ Linux
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