At 9:47 PM -0300 2000-01-01, Eric Dahnke wrote:
>Paul DuBois escribió:
>> At 8:55 PM -0300 2000-01-01, Eric Dahnke wrote:
>> >Hello list,
>> >Upon running any of the below:
>> > ./configure
>> > CXX=gcc ./configure
>> > CXX="gcc -03" ./configure
>> >I get:
>> > checking whether the C++ compiler (gcc ) works...
>> > configure: error: installation or configuration problem: C++
>> > compiler cannot create
>> >System information:
>> > Developer Release 3 (Linux 2.0.33-osfmach3 on a PowerPC 601)
>> >P.S. I installed mysql via rpm, and that went fine, but I need to
>> >install via source in order for php --with-mysql to compile. (otherwise
>> >how can I get php to compile with a mysql rpm installation?)
>> I don't have any problem with MkLinux pre-R1 with gcc 2.95.2.
>> What version of MkLinux, MySQL, and gcc do you have?
>Mklinux: Developer Release 3 (Linux 2.0.33-osfmach3 on a PowerPC 601)
>glibc: rpm -q glibc gives glibc-0.961212-1g
>gcc: gcc -v gives the following output
>Reading specs from
>gcc version egcs-2.90.25 980302 (egcs-1.0.2
>Does that shed any light on the problem?
>P.S. I looked at a Mklinux rpm site to get a new version of glibc, but
>0.961212 was still the latest - no 2.07 or whatever the recommended is.)
If that's based on glibc 2.0, then MySQL isn't going to work on MySQL
anyway. It has thread problems that prevent MySQL from working properly.
I *think* MkLinux DR3 just isn't going to work.
This is what I'm running:
RI Microkernel (GENERIC_#7.)
Linux 2.0.37-osfmach3 (POSIX).
% rpm -q glibc
% rpm -q gcc
and MySQL 3.23.7.
Paul DuBois, paul@stripped