Re: gnu-19991015, would now like to install a compiler
> 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_18.104.22.168.25-2.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?
Never use Linux headers, if that's what you mean. The Hurd headers
are in the libc0.2-dev hurd-dev and gnumach-dev packages in the devel/
directory. I found libgdbmg1-dev to be necessary for programs that
want to link with libgdbm.so, namely Perl.