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Re: Debian Compile for SysV?

  The admin. at the remote Sys V server only allows binaries,
although he allows them in user html spaces, too.  ...doing
this for a friend who has spent many years on one historical
Web site.  I'll look into the documentation "to setup gcc to
cross compile" for Sys V, as you advised.  We probably already
have the source for such a binary hit counter for Linux...I hope!


On Sat, Jan 27, 2001 at 04:07:30PM -0600, Casey Webster wrote:
> if you really want binaries, you prob need to setup gcc to cross compile
> for your destination platform, unless the ATT sysV system happens to
> understand the i386 ISA, and ELF or a.out binary formats.  If you just
> want to write scripts in perl/shell, they will work on the ATT box
> provided you stick to the shells on that box or the perl version
> installed.
> -Casey
> On Sat, 27 Jan 2001 artlemas@rmi.net wrote:
> >   Will a woody system compile good CGI binaries for an AT&T
> > System V system?  Or would it be wiser to try to find existing 
> > public domain bins?  ...trying to get a Web counter going for
> > someone else.
> > 
> >   I'm on the Rocky Mountain Range, the snow is dumping from the
> > sky, and there's nothing better to do (except for backcountry
> > snowboarding with the kids, when the snowing stops).  ;-)
> > 
> > Art
> > 
> > 
> > 
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