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Re: gcc: installation problem, cannot exec 'cc1'


Tom@toms-pc ~
$ grep 'gcc\|mingw\|w32api' a.txt b.txt
a.txt:gcc                  3.4.4-3            OK
a.txt:gcc-core             3.4.4-3            OK
a.txt:gcc-g++              3.4.4-3            OK
a.txt:gcc-mingw            20040810-1         OK
a.txt:gcc-mingw-core       20050522-1         OK
a.txt:gcc-mingw-g++        20050522-1         OK
a.txt:mingw-runtime        3.11-1             OK
a.txt:w32api               3.8-1              OK
b.txt:gcc                  3.4.4-3            OK
b.txt:gcc-core             3.4.4-3            OK
b.txt:gcc-g++              3.4.4-3            OK
b.txt:gcc-mingw            20040810-1         OK
b.txt:gcc-mingw-core       20050522-1         OK
b.txt:gcc-mingw-g++        20050522-1         OK
b.txt:mingw-runtime        3.11-1             OK
b.txt:w32api               3.8-1              OK

I guess I am gonna have to reinstall the whole thing.

On 1/13/07, Dave Korn <> wrote:
On 13 January 2007 11:26, Thomas Antony wrote:

> Hello,
>    The file crt2.o is present in /usr/lib/mingw. But the error remains
> the same.
> Tom@toms-pc ~
> $ gcc -mno-cygwin hello.c
> /usr/bin/ld: crt2.o: No such file: No such file or directory
> collect2: ld returned 1 exit status
> I also found that I get another error if I compile the program from
> within the directory /usr/lib/mingw .See this:
> Tom@toms-pc /usr/lib/mingw
> $ gcc -mno-cygwin ~/hello.c
> /usr/bin/ld: cannot find -lmingw32
> collect2: ld returned 1 exit status

  I think it's time to cut the gordian knot here.  Somehow your installation
has got thoroughly busted; we could be here all week trying to find and fix it
one problem at a time.

  Re-run setup.exe.  Use the "install from local package directory" option.
Click straight through to the chooser page.  Set the following packages to

gcc, gcc-core, any other installed language packages
gcc-mingw, gcc-mingw-core, any other installed gcc-mingw languages

  It would be helpful if you could run "cygcheck -c >a.txt" before doing so,
"cygcheck -c >b.txt" afterwards, and then show us the output of "grep
'gcc\|mingw\|w32api' a.txt b.txt".  It would be good if we verify whether
cygcheck spots these busted links and identifies them as a problem

Can't think of a witty .sigline today....

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