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I have installed pgcc and like to recompile almost all my programs using best optimizing. Do I have to change in all makefiles to use -06 -mpentium flaggs. Or can I tell my compiler to use those flags always?

When I run ./confugure I get:
checking whether the C compiler (gcc -g -O2 ) works... yes  
Is there any config files that I can change ?  
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> Is there any config files that I can change ?
do mean a config file for building gcc, or for running gcc?

For building gcc you can specify a huge amount of options with ./configure (just read this script).
What you gcc uses as runtime default option can be checked with

   gcc -v

If it does not fit your requirements, either recompile gcc, or use a makefile to define default options, or set your environment variable CCFLAGS to whatever you like.
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