[rescue] Is anyone running netalk on solaris 9 sparc?

Dave McGuire mcguire at neurotica.com
Sun Mar 14 12:20:07 CST 2004

On Mar 14, 2004, at 8:36 AM, Steve Sandau wrote:
>>>>> I seem to remember reading recently that a 64-bit gcc binary is 
>>>>> available now, but unfortunately I don't know where. Probably 
>>>>> worth trying the usual suspects: ibiblio, sunfreeware, etc.
>>>>   Umm, howbout ftp.gnu.org, in /pub/gcc, or would that make too 
>>>> much sense? ;)
>>> Duh. Too much sense. Dunno if it was there when I was looking...
>>   It's there...been there for at least twelve years that I know of. ;)
> The 64-bit version?! If that's the case, I'm slower than I realized . 
> :(

   No...GCC is GCC.  There is no "64-bit version" of GCC per se.  
There's just plain old GCC, one distribution, found in the same place 
for eons.

   Now, as a separate point...as of the past few releases, plain old GCC 
has developed to the point where it can generate useful code for 64-bit 
UltraSPARC machines.


Dave McGuire          "PC users only know two 'solutions'...
Cape Coral, FL          reboot and upgrade."    -Jonathan Patschke

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