At 3:18 AM -0400 7/3/02, Garance A Drosihn wrote:
>At 4:57 PM +0200 6/26/02, Sheldon Hearn wrote:
>>c) ports/x11-servers/XFree86-4-Server:
>>    Add the attached patch-gcc31, taken from Motoyuki Konno's post to
>>    <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> with the following Message-ID:
>I thought I'd pretend that #b worked perfectly, and try this too.
>In my case, I also wanted the matrox drives, so I have
>     export WITH_MATROX_GXX_DRIVER=yes
>but that still died with "internal compiler error in failed_reload,
>at reload1.c:5050", while compiling translate.c, while processing
>included file ../../../../extras/Mesa/src/trans_tmp.h.
>So, no joy in mudville just yet...


As I mentioned in another thread, [EMAIL PROTECTED] had been telling
me that compiles under gcc3 go faster when he sets CPUTIME.  So
just for the fun of it I added CPUTIME=i686 in my /etc/make.conf,
and tried to recompile the XFree86-4-Server.  This time it compiled.
I tried a 'make install', and that also worked.  I started up XDM,
and that also worked.  Not only that, but my machine didn't
instantly reboot when XDM started, which had been happening to me
for the last few days...

[this on a dual-CPU, 650 MHz, Pentium 3 machine.  No gnome, no KDE,
just plain X with twm as the window manager...]

So, mudville is a bit tired, but this is a definite step forward!

Garance Alistair Drosehn            =   [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Senior Systems Programmer           or  [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute    or  [EMAIL PROTECTED]

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