> I found what the problem is but i need advice to solve it:
> libgcc2.c at line 1394 includes <stdio.h>, and Makefile has a variable
> LIBGCC2_INCLUDE expecially made for this, but the standard one under
> /usr/include isn't good because it ends into _G_config.h that does't
> handle the new architecture. I looked under all reasonable places to
> find a substitute without success, maybe stand/stdio.h of milo can help?
/usr/include/ is the wrong place; a cross compiler doesn't search for
header files in this directory. You have to install the header files
in <prefix>/include, where prefix is the directory that you used to
configure gcc (./configure --prefix=<foo-dir> ...)
The _G_config.h of the patched headers from ftp.fnet.fr will work.