------- Comment #11 from mikpe at it dot uu dot se 2010-09-08 16:00 -------
(In reply to comment #10)
> (In reply to comment #9)
> I have found a cure.
> The original configuration had GMP, MPFR and MPC built and installed under the
> user home directory (there were neither mpfr nor mpc system-wide, and gmp was
> bit old); somehow this is the root cause of the problem, despite --with-gmp
> Building the three packages from source in the GCC source tree gets the
> bootstrap process beyond the previous stopping point (currently in middle of
> stage 3).
> Maybe this should be added to the platform-specific notes?
How did you configure those prebuilt gmp/mpfr/mpc libraries installed under
your home directory? In particular, did you configure them all with
--disable-shared? If not, then you have to be extremely careful to avoid
unintended mismatches, and in some cases incorrectly duplicated state.
I know for a fact that prebuilt gmp/mpfr/mpc installed in a private location
works fine on powerpc64-linux when all are configured with --disable-shared.