Am 04.08.2010, 10:18 Uhr, schrieb Alex Wilson <yourpalal2@xxxxxxxxx>:
you must use the linux32 command to run configure, you can either type linux32 [press enter] [now you are in a 32 bit shell] ./configure --whatever-crazy-options-you-want or linux32 ./configure --same-thing-here This should work, because I had the same problem before realizing that the 'linux32' in the example was necessary. :P
Ok I really have to use the linux32 command for the configuration of the gcc2 generated directory but not for the gcc4 dir. Missed this before. Why I do not need it for gcc4?
thanks you Clemens