From: -pbh- (perbh_at_email.com)
Date: Mon, 07 Nov 2005 21:43:24 GMT
Bill Cunningham wrote:
> I have compiled a simula compiler. The one from FSF. And I am using RH
> 7. I want to move the compiler from /usr/local to the main directorys like
> /bin /usr/include and so on but I know if I move the files from local to
> global I'll have to change some shell script somewhere to get it to run.
> What do I have to do? I'm not into Bash script writing. Is there something
> in the root directory that needs to be edited like an invisible file or
> something? I want to do the same thing with gcc-3.4.4 that I'm compiling.
> The default compiler is gcc-2.95 and I want gcc-3.4.4 to be the default once
> it's compiled but I might want to keep 2.95 around as an option. I'm also
> going to compile the 2.6.13 kernel. Which gcc is best to us for that?
ooooooh - if you try to play around with gcc (or more exactly - the
shared libraries) you are in deep shit!! (been there - done that!).
If you want gcc-3.whatever (and kernel-2.6) - use a more recent