In the last episode (Aug 02), SP Network Solutions said:
> Yes, im aware that it installed in it own folder..
> /usr/local/bin/gcc33
> I've already installed it in my system and tried this;
> /usr/local/bin/gcc33 -v
> it show this:
> gcc version 3.3.4 20040505 (prerelease) [FreeBSD]
> Is this the right one?

Yes.  You can also install the gcc34 port to get a snapshot of what will
become gcc-3.4.2.
> and regards to the CC=gcc33 and CXX=g++33
> Can you please give me the command to do this
> If possible, the basic steps to get it done...

If using a Bourne-type shell:

export CC=gcc33
export CXX=g++33

If using a csh-type shell (csh and tcsh are the only ones I know of):

setenv CC gcc33
setenv CXX g++33
> my only intention is to get the machine runs with gcc33 and not the
> gcc2.95

With those variables set, anything you compile will be built with gcc33. 
Make sure you unset them before building the kernel or base system.  They
require the system's original gcc.

        Dan Nelson
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