AW: AW: compiling kerberos for sparcv9
c.barbat at osram.de
Wed Nov 24 05:18:07 EST 2004
Yes, you're right, it's /usr/ucb/cc. I talked to a colleague here, and he will see what he can do about getting the "right" compiler from Sun. Is the Forte C Compiler alright? And do I need additional stuff?
Von: Ken Raeburn [mailto:raeburn at MIT.EDU]
Gesendet: Mittwoch, 24. November 2004 10:33
An: Barbat, Calin
Cc: 'kerberos at mit.edu'
Betreff: Re: AW: compiling kerberos for sparcv9
On Nov 24, 2004, at 03:44, Barbat, Calin wrote:
> I ran into another issue, perhaps you already know how to solve this
> sort of conflict:
> cc -xarch=v9 -D_XOPEN_SOURCE=500 -D__EXTENSIONS__ -DPACKAGE_NAME=\"\"
> "/usr/include/sys/unistd.h", line 232: macro _PC_LAST redefines
> previous macro at "/usr/ucbinclude/unistd.h", line 97
Oh... are you using /usr/ucb/cc? I would suggest avoiding it. I'm
using the "Sun ONE Studio 8" compiler, according to "cc -xhelp=readme".
If you can get Sun's "real" C compiler, I recommend using it.
If you don't have this compiler available, then gcc may be your next
best bet, but I didn't have any luck last time I tried it (which,
granted, was probably a couple years or so ago, so things may have
improved). Whether it works may also be dependent on whether you have
the GNU binutils installed, and for 64-bit Solaris, I don't know what
to recommend there either. :-(
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