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Re: Vs: 1.30 gcc cannot exec cc1 update
- From: Brian Keener <bkeener at thesoftwaresource dot com>
- To: cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Date: Fri, 28 Feb 2003 15:51:53 EST
- Subject: Re: Vs: 1.30 gcc cannot exec cc1 update
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- Reply-to: bkeener at thesoftwaresource dot com
Michael Graff Andersen wrote:
> >Here are lastest steps I have done trying to get gcc 3.2 to work under cygwin.
> >Removed all cygwin
> >installed via ftp from sunsite dot dk under c:\cygwin
I am going to assume here that you used setup to install - if not I would suggest
that you since you already deinstalled once - do it again and use setup. I might
help you to be sure you are getting everything since some seems to be working and
> >Gcc seems to be working under :
> >all other places I get:
> >gcc: installation problem, cannot exec `cc1': No such file or directory
I will repeat my previous comment on this as it does sound a lot like a problem I
had. Have you looked for broken symlinks. If not you should. That was a
problem I had.
First do a
find / -type l -depth -print |pg
take this list of files and check each one with the file command (or even cat
them ) to see if they look like symlinks. Make sure as far as windows is
concerned that they are set to system or read only (this is what I have on
Win2000). Just in case - you might also want to check and see using windows if
in your cygwin installs you have any .lnk files that cygwin sees as .lnk and not
as symlinks - fix on this is also the read only or system parameter.
By the way the previous problem I had with this was I believe related to some
Windows backup software and a failed backup.
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