On Fri, Dec 12, 1997 at 09:35:21PM -0500, Ryan wrote:
> After hours of meticulous downloading, I grabbed all the RPMs I could from
Hehe, shop for a watercooled NIC:
[root@tbird redhat]# du -s RPMS SRPMS
Btw, after about a week of destruction testing:
[root@tbird redhat]# uptime
8:54am up 16 days, 2:20, 2 users, load average: 0.00, 0.00, 0.00
No scratches, still supershiny ...
> ftp.linux.sgi.com and began trying to install them. Most worked like a
> charm, including many that I couldn't get to compile myself. . However,
> one big problem has appeared: I can't compile any programs because
> /usr/lib/crtbegin.o is now missing. I tried recompiling glibc-2.0.4 and
> it didn't produce the file. After looking on a Redhat/ALPHA box,
> /usr/lib/crtbegin.o belongs to glibc.rpm; what gives?
It's actually produced as part of the GCC installation procedure.
> Anyway, I'm looking for that file, if anyone can send it or tell me where
> to find it.
It's being installed as part of the GCC installation procedure. Quick
fix: steal the files from a crosscompiler installation, if you have one.
As Tim already said the missing files crtbegin.o, crtbeginS.o, crtend.o
and crtendS.o should be part of gcc-2.7.2-1.mips.rpm; I'll upload a new