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> DJGPP is (more or less) GCC and libc.a and you most probably already
> have gcc installed. And you most surely have Linux libc.so installed.

I think he was referring to a cross compiler, in which case you'd need
to build a cross gcc and get libc.a and stuff from djgpp's files.

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