kernel configuration failure
yuri.pankov at gmail.com
Wed Oct 10 18:22:27 PDT 2007
>> Actually, that's not the problem.
>> The file which is not found is the compiler itself:
>> gcc34:No such file or directory
>> Maybe you've installed gcc 4.3 from ports, linked /usr/bin/cc to
>> /usr/local/bin/gcc43 and then upgrade gcc?
> That doesn't seem right:
> [coriolinus at labour /usr/src]$ which gcc34
> [coriolinus at labour /usr/src]$ su
> [root at labour /usr/src]# which gcc34
> It's true that I installed gcc 3.4 from ports and put a line in
> /etc/make.conf: CC=gcc34 . However, it's on the path for both my user
> and for root; it seems weird that the makefile would lose track of it.
Makefile doesn't lose it, it just redefines PATH; try using full path to
gcc binary in /etc/make.conf:
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