gnu-19991015, would now like to install a compiler
Yes, as pointed out above it does need the /bin/sh link. The script
native_install fails without it, but why not put two versions of bash
there, with one called sh. This might be better if ever you wanted to
There is still a strange happening when I try to build the device for
partition containing the rest of the partitions. Do you want details?
Thanks to your previous help, got it up to multi user mode quickly, with
swap space and my home and Debian root partitions.
How do I get a compiler to work? Have installed
binutils_184.108.40.206.25-2.deb, cpp_2.91.66-1.2.deb, gcc_2.91.66-1.2.deb and
make. But I do not have any header files there, have tried linking to
my Debian headers but they are the wrong version for the compiler. Do I
install the 272 compiler then copy my Debian headers into Hurd?