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1. UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users
I am trying to install gcc4.8.2 on fedora but have encountered problems.
This is the error I got when running configure
configure: error: Building GCC requires GMP 4.2+, MPFR 2.4.0+ and MPC 0.8.0+.
So I went along to install the three of them
I installed gmp-4.3.2 which went ok
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Discussion started by: kristinu
dear, please just didn't understand the problem that appears when i try to install ./configure here is the message that appears in unix when installing gcc
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Discussion started by: semaan
I want to install gcc for Solaris 10 to an alternate location besides /usr/local/bin, so I can't use the pre-compiled package from sunfreeware.com.
So I assume I need to compile gcc for myself and specify --prefix.
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4. UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users
I have a platform whose base is Linux but not everything is available on that. Only necessary executables are available and any individual executable can run on that. It is 32-bit and uname -a shows Linux 188.8.131.52.
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Discussion started by: radiatejava
AIM- Install Oracle 11g on Solaris using VMWare
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2.Created subfolders ŕ /usr/local/bin & /usr/local/bin/gcc
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Discussion started by: Ackers
GCC 3.4.6 was installed in Solaris 2.8. I ran the commands ./configure and make. When running make install I got the below mentioned errors at the end. Please help me in resolving the same.
make: *** Error 1
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Discussion started by: chrisanto_2000
I'm trying to install the latest version of gcc but I keep getting this message on make;
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8. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
Ok I am new to this and wondering if there is any way of connecting a cable modem to an SGI that is running IRIX 6.5 and how to do it... (1 Reply)
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9. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
Hi! I have downloaded a precompiled gcc package but I'm having problems installing it. It is supposed to install in /usr/local and there is plenty of space left there but during the installation I get the following error message “No space left on device”. Is it some kind of temp folder that is out... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: alfabetman
(Installing GCC: Configuration)
In the document of Installing GCC, there is a sentence I don't
" Second, when configuring a native system, either cc or gcc must be in your path or you must set CC in your environment before running configure. Otherwise the configuration scripts... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: wwz
TRAMPOLINE(3) Library Functions Manual TRAMPOLINE(3)
trampoline - closures as first-class C functions
function = alloc_trampoline(address, variable, data);
These functions implement closures as first-class C functions. A closure consists of a regular C function and a piece of data which gets
passed to the C function when the closure is called.
Closures as first-class C functions means that they fit into a function pointer and can be called exactly like any other C function. func-
tion = alloc_trampoline(address, variable, data) allocates a closure. When function gets called, it stores data in the variable variable
and calls the C function at address. The function at address is responsible for fetching data out of variable immediately, before execu-
tion of any other function call.
This is much like gcc's local functions, except that the GNU C local functions have dynamic extent (i.e. are deallocated when the creating
function returns), while trampoline provides functions with indefinite extent: function is only deallocated when free_trampoline(function)
is_trampoline(function) checks whether the C function function was produced by a call to alloc_trampoline. If this returns true, the argu-
ments given to alloc_trampoline can be retrieved:
trampoline_address(function) returns address,
trampoline_variable(function) returns variable,
trampoline_data(function) returns data.
gcc(1), varargs(3), callback(3)
Passing the data through a global variable is not reentrant. Don't call trampoline functions from within signal handlers. This is fixed in
the callback(3) package.
The way gcc builds local functions is described in the gcc source, file gcc-2.6.3/config/cpu/cpu.h.
Bruno Haible <email@example.com>
Many ideas were cribbed from the gcc source.
25 October 1997 TRAMPOLINE(3)