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How do I get egcs 2.91.66-5 working?

Any C++, FORTRAN programs come back with the error message
/usr/i386-linux/bin/ld: cannot open crtl1.o: No such file or
directory.
Or: is the compiler working?  No it cannot make executable files.
I have egcs 2.95.2 downloaded and configure as well as I could. I
will not be able to build without a working compiler.  
Here is an example:
/home/.../gcc-2.95.2/configure --host=i586-pc-linux
Created "Makefile" in /home/... using "mt-frag"
/usr/i386-linux/bin/ld: cannot open crtl1.o: No such file or
directory
*** The command 'gcc -o confest -g -02  confest.c failed
*** You must set the environment variable CC to a working compiler.

I used setenv=CC to /usr/bin

I have rpms installed for egcs-2.91.66-5, egcs-c++, egcs-objc, g77.  I am using Caldera OpenLinux 2.3.
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darkskyzCommented:
why not get the lastest EGCS rpms from
http://rufus.w3.org/linux/RPM/egcs.html? I reccomend that you get the rawhide versions.
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darkskyzCommented:
hmm... i just checked, and there are no egcs versions newer than what you have. the reason for this is simply that it was merged back into gcc, and caldera simply got it wrong. there is no egcs-2.91. however, the most recent version of gcc is 2.95.3 and can be downloaded at http://rufus.w3.org/linux/RPM/gcc.html
If you are interested in trying out the nightly snapshots from the development tree, there are RPMs made on Pentium III on http://www.codesourcery.com/gcc-snapshots.html but since you didn't say what cpu you have don't try them unless you have a pentium III. the source for the snapshots is also available from there if you want to compile it. however, remember that the snapshots are development code and may or may not work.

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dander063Author Commented:
I need to reword my qusetion.
  I would like to use and upgrade egcs. The rpm version of egcs that came with OpenLinux 2.3 I can not get to work.

 The next version of egcs that I downloaded is tar, but won't install without a working compiler.  

I hesitate downloading more rpms without knowing that I could have them working.  This rawhide site looks good though what is the difference between scr.rpm and rpm?
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darkskyzCommented:
let me explain what I ment:
EGCS was an expiramental attempt to produce a better compiler then gcc. it succedded, and therefor gcc was replaced with egcs, which was renamed gcc. therefore, there is no newer version of egcs- it's now called gcc, and has been for a few months.
the src.rpm files contain the source code for the program, while the i386.rpm, sparc.rpm, ppc.rpm, i586.rpm and so on are binaries for the architecture listed- you didn't say what cpu you have, therefore i am assuming you have an intel based cpu of unknown model, and therefor you should get the i386.rpm (if you have a pentium you can get i586 and if you have pentium ii/iii you can get i686 if available.)
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dander063Author Commented:
I have a pentium 233Mhz.  I did see egcs-2.91.66-5.scr.rpm on Caldera's CD, but was not able to install them using kpackage.  I will try the i586.
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darkskyzCommented:
how did it work out with the i586 packages? do they work?
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dander063Author Commented:
No news yet. I am having a hard time downloading from rpmfind, lots of timeouts.
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dander063Author Commented:
I have egcs-2.91.66-5 working.  I got some messages at Caldera that discussed the same problem.  The extreme solution was to reinstall as a developer's work station.  Now with a working compiler I can upgrade.
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