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Date: Wed, 3 Apr 2002 09:45:47 +0300 (WET)
From: Andris Pavenis <pavenis AT lanet DOT lv>
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Subject: Re: Using DJGPP in Redhat Linux
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On Tue, 2 Apr 2002, DJ Delorie wrote:

> 
> > 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.
> 

I have binaries of Linux to DJGPP cross-compiler available, but they 
are in form of packages for Slackware distribution, but hopefully 
should be useable also for other distributions new enough:

Cross-binutils 

http://hal.astr.lu.lv/pub/djgpp/binutils/binutils-2.12-linux-to-djgpp.tgz
 
Cross-compiler itself

http://hal.astr.lu.lv/pub/djgpp/gcc-3.0.4/gcc-3.0.4-linux-to-djgpp.tgz

You also need for these packages:

DJGPP header files at
	/usr/i586-pc-msdosdjgpp/include

contents of DJGPP lib directory at 
	/usr/i586-pc-msdosdjgpp/lib
(except gcc-lib subdirectory of course)


Andris




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