Quoting Edwin Culp <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:
| I am using current with a patched gcc3.2. The patched gcc was used to
| make world (cvsup - patch gcc - make world) I get the following when
| trying to compile ports/mail/courier.
| gmake: Entering directory
| c++ -I.. -I./.. -Wall -O -pipe -L/usr/local/lib -o testafxpipe
| /usr/libexec/elf/ld: testafxpipe: Not enough room for program headers
| 6, need 7)
| /usr/libexec/elf/ld: final link failed: Bad value
| gmake: *** [testafxpipe] Error 1
| gmake: Leaving directory
| gmake: *** [all-recursive] Error 1
| *** Error code 2
| Stop in /usr/ports/mail/courier.
| *** Error code 1
| If this is just a port and not a compiler issue, please let me know and
| I'll fill out a pr.
Oops, I just got it to compile on an almost identical machine, today's
current same patched compiler, identical kernel config, etc. etc.
Now I'm really confused.
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