WARNING: 7-STABLE BROKEN -- please wait to upgrade
ohartman at zedat.fu-berlin.de
Thu Aug 28 07:19:17 UTC 2008
O. Hartmann wrote:
> Alex Goncharov wrote:
>> ,--- You/Kostik (Wed, 27 Aug 2008 19:04:32 +0300) ----*
>> | cd into /usr/src/gnu/usr.bin/cc/cc1,
>> | and do
>> | make install DEBUG_FLAGS=-g
>> That simple thing didn't work for me:
>> make install DEBUG_FLAGS=-g
>> install -o root -g wheel -m 555 cc1 /usr/libexec
>> install: cc1: No such file or directory
>> *** Error code 71
>> I updated and installed world this morning -- and indeed had this
>> gcc: Internal error: Abort trap: 6 (program cc1)
>> while compiling something, as a result.
>> But I've found what may be an extremely easy way out of this hole: I
>> copied over /usr/libexec/cc1 from another machine, which had a code
>> built on Aug 17. Then my `cc1' worked fine and I tripped on a SEGV in
>> `as'. Then I copied over `as', then `ld', then `gcc'. And that was
>> it -- the build began to work.
>> So if anybody wants it, I can just send a package with these four
>> executables, to be deployed in place of the broken ones.
>> Let me know...
>> -- Alex -- alex-goncharov at comcast.net --
>> * The end of the world will occur at 3:00 p.m., this Friday, with
>> * symposium to follow.
This seems to work also (for me) on two boxes:
make clean cleandepend depend obj all install DEBUG_FLAGS=-g
I guess the compilation directive is something odd, I remember myself
that it is recommended when compiling parts of the source tree. 'all
install' is a little bit paranoid, I guess, but ...
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