[gobolinux-users] i586 port
gobo at morha.com
Fri Sep 8 20:09:08 UTC 2006
Thanks for such a quick reply,
I think that for now it's all I need, I'll search the KB in case of problems...
My studies start in October, so I believe I'll find some time to do all this;-).
I'll inform you later about my efforts...
2006/9/8, Lucas C. Villa Real <lucasvr at gobolinux.org>:
> On 9/8/06, Vojta Grec <gobo at morha.com> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > thanks for all the fish;-), probably I'll try the iso way (I assume
> > it's lot easier;-)). I'll download it by monday because I'm out for
> > the weekend. One simple question: is Compile dependent on any concrete
> > version of gcc?
> No, you can use any gcc version.
> > I assume that there is not very recent version in the
> > iso, and I'd like to try gcc 4.x (isn't that bad idea? have no
> > experience with 4.x), is it possible to compile a new version of gcc
> > with the old one or is it rather kind of dependency hell etc.? (Pardon
> > my possibly lame questions, I'm using linux for +- 2 years, but always
> > used binary distro, so I'm not an expert in compiling;-)).
> The iso is shipped with gcc 3.4.1. You can compile a new one just by
> issuing 'Compile GCC'. I think you'll need to compile BinUtils too,
> but you'll discover that by yourself :-)
> > (And if anyone has the time, please try to send me more detailed
> > instruction, I'm even not-yet-so-gobo).
> Given that you'll have a working distro, all you need to do is follow
> the guides to the usage of Compile. There's a lot of documentation on
> that in the Wiki, at gobolinux.org/kb.
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