Please edit post # 1 to use code tags. It's the # button in the 'Advanced Editor'.
I.e. [/code] at text end, and [code] at "error text start"
make: Leaving directory `/opt/gcc-3.2/gcc'
make: *** [bootstrap] Error 2
* GCC-3.2.x is too old for a contemporary Linux. ( See EDIT.)
* The oldest, that can be build, is gcc-3.3.3. * EDIT :
* EDIT : gcc-3.2.3 can be build, using gcc-3.4.6.
... And why do you want gcc-3.2 ? ?
Most old applications can be compiled with 3.3.3 or later.
( gcc-2.95 is available as a package.deb : /usr/bin/gcc-2.95.
The c++ (g++) from gcc-2.95 / gcc-3.2.x will not work.)