mozilla's install hanging on amd64

Scott Long scottl at
Sun Apr 10 14:41:35 PDT 2005

Mikhail Teterin wrote:
>>Well, my /etc/make.conf was empty. It's always a good idea to remove
>>non-standard and un-supported compiler options when encountering
> As far as optimization is concerned, I had the same problem after
> rebuilding the entire Mozilla with -O. This information was in my
> original e-mail, that started this thread.
> Regarding the CPU-targeting (-march=opteron) -- this is not
> "non-standard" nor "un-supported" -- setting CPUTYPE in /etc/make.conf
> has long been the recommended way to go, as exemplified in
> 	/usr/share/examples/etc/defaults/make.conf

This file just happens to be an example file, not a documentation piece.

> and -- this is where actual -march=XXX is added to compiler
> flags.
> If Mozilla port can't handle this, than it is broken and needs fixing
> :-(
> 	-mi

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