Re: Daniel Kopeke.. Argument interpreter implemented.

From: George (greerga@DRAGON.HAM.MUOHIO.EDU)
Date: 08/11/97

On Mon, 11 Aug 1997, Adam Beytin wrote:

>Been running without a compiler on my system for a while now, taken down
>because of some sort of hacker..  Trying to keep a hold on all these
>changes and test them before I compile the entire thing and get a thousand

I'd say just copy the 'gcc' binary to your directory and then
'chmod a+x gcc' it.  You don't need any special s/g uid bits on it.
Or if you use 'cc', try the same thing.  (This is of course assuming the
administrator just removed the executable bit from the compiler file and
didn't rm -rf the other important things or remove executable bit on the

>errors.., is there any OS that I can compile on that will work well
>compared to a Solaris 2.5 unix?  I tried on a friend's system, RedHat
>Linux.., and the two are NOT compatible.

Lots of porting things, you would need to re-run configure there and check
for unportable things you've added, likely not a lot unless you added
low-level thingies.

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