|Building UNIX system V on a SUN SPARC CERVERON%EVALUN11.BITNET@mitvma.mit.edu (1992-04-15)|
|Re: Building UNIX system V on a SUN SPARC dave.howell@ColumbiaSC.NCR.COM (Dave Howell) (1992-04-21)|
|Re: Building UNIX system V on a SUN SPARC metaware!miker@uunet.UU.NET (1992-04-22)|
|Keywords:||C, sparc, question|
|Organization:||University of Valencia (Universitat de Valencia)|
|Date:||Wed, 15 Apr 1992 18:11:00 GMT|
I have the source code for building the UNIX System V / SPARC
implementation / Release 4. I will try to build and run it on a SUN SPARC
machine. My doubt is that in the 'Build Instructions' manual it is said:
"The source code product should be build on a non-DRS6000 computer only
if your cross-compiler is funcionally equivalent to C Software development
System (CSDS) Issue 5. Important features of the CSDS Issue 5 are
- draft-proposed ANSI C compatibility
- extensible and linking format (ELF)
- dynamic linking
The commands displayed in Fig must be available in your cross-compiler
compilation commands: cc, acomp, as, ld
code processor/generator commands: lex, m4, yacc
auxiliary build commands: nm, ar, tsort, lorder, lint,
install, make, strip, mkboot"
And now, the questions:
1- Has anyone done this building process on a SUN SPARC machine?
2- Where can I get info on the CSDS? Who is its owner?
3- There is any compiler (free if possible) for the SUN SPARC
equivalent to CSDS?
I will strongly thank any useful information
Please e-mail the answers (unless you consider it is public
[The CSDS is AT&T's C compiler package, available from the same places
as SVR4. So where did you get all the source code? -John]
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