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From where can I download the gcc library
libgcc_s.so.1 for gcc 2.95.2.

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Anand
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http://sunfreeware.secsup.org

Although I think it was 2.95.3 that I found there under Solaris 7.
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would point out that it may already be installed, but not in the right place.  if you got it from sunfreeware, it's probably in /usr/local/lib/libgcc_s.so.1 (instead of in /usr/lib).  you can either add /usr/local/lib to your $LD_LIBRARY_PATH enviro var, or you can just put a link to it in /usr/lib (makes it easier)
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What message are you getting to indicate that you need libgcc?
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