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You legend. That was it. Thanks

Eric Norum wrote:

> Angelo Fraietta wrote:
>
>> I commenced building the tools, however, I have come into an error
>>
>> I first had to make a soft link to binutils and gcc before moving to 
>> the build, otherwise the configure did not work  EG with gcc
>>
>>
>>         Configure, build and install the cross-compiler and libraries
>>
>>        1. Create a directory in which the tools will be built and change
>>           to that directory.
>>
>> rm -rf build
>> mkdir build
>> ln -s gcc-3.2.1 gcc
>>  cd build
>>
>>        2. Configure the compiler and libraries.
>>
>> ../\gcc/configure --target=i386-rtems --prefix=/opt/rtems \
>>             --with-gnu-as --with-gnu-ld --with-newlib --verbose \
>>             --with-system-zlib --disable-nls \
>>             --enable-version-specific-runtime-libs \
>>             --enable-threads=rtems \
>>             --enable-languages=c,c++
>>
>>
>>
>> The binutils worked fine, however, this was not the case with gcc.
>>
>> During the build I got the following error
>>
>
>
> I think you started into the tutorial one step too far down and missed:
>
> Add the directory containing the tools to your shell search path
> =================================================================
> The following sections assume that the directory into which you will 
> install the cross-development tools (/opt/rtems/bin) is on your shell 
> search path. For shells like sh, bash, zsh and ksh you can to this with
>
> PATH="$PATH:/opt/rtems/bin"
>
> For shells like csh and tcsh you can
>
> set path = ( $path /opt/rtems/bin )
>
>

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