On Mon, Nov 27, 2000 at 08:20:24AM -0000, Wynne, Conor wrote:
> Yep, its the ol kgcc buzz, but be careful to change ALL references to gcc to
> kcc, there are usually two to change else you'll be back with failing
Dunno about that... There are two references to gcc in the makefiles
because some files are compiled for the target and some are compiled
for the build machine. For example, the file arch/i386/boot/tools/build.c
is compiled and runs on the _build_ machine, not on the target.
The CC variable specifies the compiler to use for compiling for the target
and HOSTCC specifies the compiler to use for the build machine.
You should only have to change CC.
Anyway, I'm sure this is well documented on www.redhat.com somewhere as I've
seen this question come up here and elsewhere at least 3 or 4 times a week...
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