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Re: Kernel-compile problem ?

On Thu, Aug 31, 2000 at 02:16:50PM +0200, T. Weyergraf wrote:
> Hi,
> I am sure, this is a silly question, but I searched the lists-archives without finding anything...
> Anyway,
> I am trying to build a kernel for my Ultra-10, which ( still ) runs Potato test-cycle-3.
> Using the kernel-source-2.2.17 package, I configured the kernel using make xconfig
> to reflect the system I am using. After the usual make dep ; make clean,
> the actual build comes up with:
> /bin/bash: sparc64-linux-gcc: command not found
> >From arch/sparc64/Makefile, I can see, that this is actually set accordingly.
> Using the kernel-package for the actual build ( make-kpkg ) reveals the same symptoms.
> Since I am sure, I am missing something rather stupid, I would appreciate the solution.
> Please be patient, this is my first time on Linux/SPARC, being a long time Debian/x86/Alpha
> user.

Install the egcs64 command, and also make sure that binutils is installed.

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