How to use an older version of gcc?

Daniel C. Dowse dcdowse at
Thu Jan 28 12:41:08 UTC 2010

On Thu, 28 Jan 2010 00:14:14 -0800 (PST) at 
gfot <giorgosfm at> wrote:

>yes i know i can call it gcc34 but the real problem is that the toolchain has
>some scripts to automate the building and it uses some paths to pick up the
>appropriate tools and when i run the scripts gcc42 is used. I figure out
>that the path that gcc42 is located is the same as gcc34 /usr/local/bin .
>But i don't know how to switch to the old gcc34 let's say for a particular
>user on my system.

You could add to your make.conf.




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