Desperately again: 64-bit Erlang on SOLARIS 10

Valentin Micic [ MTN - Innovation Centre ] <>
Fri Jul 7 13:08:19 CEST 2006


Problem that I've been talking about are known and if one RTFM, things
are nicely explained. Thus, for the benefit of other people that might
be having Attention Deficit Disorder, allow me to paste the following
explanation, as posted on www.sunfreeware.com
<http://www.sunfreeware.com/>  for SOLARIS 10 ggc.3.3.2 download:

*         Note that this version of gcc was created on build 60 of
Solaris 10. If you are using a higher version, you will need to redo
some of the header files. This is done by doing the following steps: 

*                cd
/usr/local/lib/gcc-lib/sparc-sun-solaris2.10/3.3.2/install-tools/
*                 
*                Put the line SHELL=/bin/sh on the first line of the
mkheaders.conf
*                file.  Then run
*                 
*                ./mkheaders
*                 
*                This will correct some files and make the build 60 gcc
usable on 
*                higher builds.  I have tested this on build 72 and it
works fine.

 

Apologies for any inconvenience and time wasted.

Valentin.

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Subject: Desperately again: 64-bit Erlang on SOLARIS 10

 

Ok, people. 

I've managed to narrow a problem to version of gnu compiler. I can
successfully compile Erlang 11 on Solaris10 using gcc ver. 2.95.3.

Unfortunately, this version does not support 64-bit architecture (it
does not recognize -m64 flag).

Whenever I've tried gcc version 3.3.2 (or 3.4.2) the whole hell brakes
lose.

Well, I'm getting desperate now. I would appreciate hint as to which gcc
version to use to deliver 64-bit erlang on Solaris 10.

 

Valentin.

 

PS

I've downloaded gcc from www.sunfreeware.com
<http://www.sunfreeware.com/> , which happens to be sponsored by SUN.
Can they be trusted :-).



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