In message <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> Steve Kargl writes:
: cc: Internal compiler error: program ld got fatal signal 10
: *default date=2000.
: as specified in my cvsup supfile.  The system builds fine
: for all earlier dates that I've tried.  I have used the
: following three CFLAGS as set in /etc/make.conf
: CFLAGS=-O -pipe
: CFLAGS=-O2 -pipe
: and the above error occurs.
: Any and all suggestions are welcomed, but it appears to be
: a problem with the new binutils.

I've seen this as well, and have reported it to the binutils
maintainer.  I've done the above, plus get rid of -pipe, raise my
resource limits to insanely high levels, try it on a fresh tree w/o
any of my local hacks, etc.  This is building from a 4.0-stable
system.  I do this because my -stable system is my fileserver/build
server and is 3x faster than my bouncer boxes are at building -current
and 2x faster than my laptop.  It needs to be -stable since it is
expected to have long uptimes and I don't want to upgrade all the
time.  I also need -stable for SO work.


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