In the last episode (Jan 31), Maximo Migliari said:
> So, my dear friends, could we conclude that Linux is a more appropriate
> platform for running MySQL
> on a multi-processed machine?
> I was desperate to try and compile MySQL 4.0.9-gamma on my FreeBSD
> 4.7-stable machine, which is
> dual processed. I managed to compile fine once, but it gave errors when
> executing the deamon.
> I found some instructions for compiling MySQL with linuxthreads on FreeBSD
> 4.x from one
> Jeremy Zawodny, at the website:
> However, my machine complains right at the begining of the configure run
> checking for gcc... cc
> checking for C compiler default output... configure: error: C compiler cannot create
What's at the bottom of config.log?