Dear Fedora users,
I am trying to install gcc-3.4.1 on my desktop which
has an amd64 processor, running Fedora Core 2. The
system has gcc-3.3.3 and attempts to upgrade it to
gcc-3.4.1 has been unsuccessful.
In the first attempt everything was kept as default.
The process failed in the "make bootstrap" stage
with the error:
fatal error, run-time library not installed
correctly cannot locate file system.ads
Learning that this error is related to Ada part of
gcc, decided to exclude Ada from the gcc
implementation with the option:
This also failed with the error,
/usr/bin/ld: crti.o: No such file or directory
actual location of the file is,
The procedure I am following is as follow:
| In the directory ran
gcc-3.4.1 following commands:
-> make bootstrap
-> make install
The above procedure worked for installation of
gcc-3.4.1 on a PII machine running Fedora Core 2
but cannot pass "make bootstrap" for amd64 machine.
Any suggestion towards the solution of the problem
would be highly appreciated. Thank you.
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