squeak linux woes
bert at isg.cs.uni-magdeburg.de
Sat Jul 19 12:33:10 UTC 2003
Am Samstag, 19.07.03 um 13:55 Uhr schrieb Ted Wright:
> Jim.Gettys at hp.com wrote:
>> If the source RPM had been made available, doing this might have been
>> as easy as doing a "rpmbuild --rebuild", but I never saw one lying
>> Generally, it is a good idea to post the source RPM as well as the
>> that lets people rebuild for other architectures Linux runs on easily,
>> and/or optimize for Athlon/686 if they care about speed.
> If you have Squeak-vm-3.4-1.src.rpm, you can rebuild it on your
> and with luck, you will end up with a new binary RPM that uses the
> of glibc and other libraries you have installed. This is done like
> rpmbuild --rebuild Squeak-vm-3.4-1.src.rpm
> I have not had much luck making a VM that runs reliably with the
> version 3
> C compiler that is the default on Red Hat 8.0 and 9, which is why I'm
> gcc 2.96 (from the compat-gcc package) here.
Could you building from my src rpm, which includes the gcc3 patch?
And could you also check if my binary works, by chance?
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