Gcc for cross-compiling
I don't have a compiler on my prod HP-UX box. I'm not
a gcc expert (can't even write C), but I'm pretty
sure I can use gcc on Linux to compile a simple
.c file into a HP-UX binary.
Flew through the gcc manpage, and the answer
didn't seem to be there...
Anyone know the flags I'll need to create
an HP-UX binary?
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