Hi there, Here's how you use it, first prepend /usr/i386-gnu/bin to your path, then run it. example: $ cd /usr/src/myprogram $ vi myprog.c $ export PATH=/usr/i386-gnu/bin:$PATH $ gcc -o myprog myprog.c This goes for everything, just issue $ export PATH=/usr/i386-gnu/bin:$PATH before running configure, make, etc. Then it will make Hurd binaries. - Doug Marco Parrone wrote: > hi everybody ! > > i've installed the linux's package gcc-i386-gnu, that is a cross-compiler > for the hurd, but if i try to compile a c program with it > i386-gnu-gcc prova.c > i receive an error: > gcc: installation problem, cannot exec `cpp0': No such file or directory > what should i do?
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