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SubjectRe: 2.0.25 - as errors STILL stop compile
>>> I had this same problem with, and had to spend a huge
>>> amount of time reverting. This is such a fundamental problem
>>> that I'm really surprised that anyone has gotten it to work,
>>> much less is advising people to upgrade to it! Possibly it
>>> should have been marked as a beta version. Definitely it should
>>> not be required for new kernels. :/

>> I'm sure I missed many things. It is best to install the new version
>> right on top of the old version - in /usr or /usr/local as needed.
>> (this stuff really belongs in /usr though)
> That's the problem; I unpacked right on top of my old gcc.
> Unfortunately for me, since gcc was broken, I then had
> to spend a good half hour re-ftp'ing 2.7.2 and re-installing
> that. Blargh.

Oops. I meant "in the same location". You have to remove all traces
of the older gcc first. Search your harddisk for anything named
*2.7.2* or containing the string 2.7.2 if you need to.

>> I'd also suggest upgradeing related things at the same time.
>> By that I mean libc, binutils, and That might mean you
>> should wipe out /usr/include even. Be sure to do all the removals
>> before you start to add things back.
> Yes, they were upgraded previously. I still believe there is something
> wrong with the binaries -- if they wish us to do other things
> besides detar them over the old version, they should include some
> documentation. (Actually they should do that anyway.) The only things
> on tsx-11 were the binaries, and some very cryptically named
> 2.7.2 binaries.

All I did was remove 2.7.2 and untar the binary distribution
of I did not configure anything.

gcc works great with libc 5.4.7, 1.7.14, kernel 2.0.25,
and binutils (I think - "as --version" reports that)

Everything but the kernel was a binary distribution.
It all works great.

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