gcc-3.3.6: installation problem, cannot exec `cc1': No such file or directory
I think, I can guess, what is going on :
May be, you used
2 Slackware packages to have 2 compilers.
That is simply not possible with 3.3.x / 4.x, too many conflicts.
The solution is to remove the "extra compiler" with # 'removepkg'
Next : Reinstall the system compiler to insure, that everything
is in place.
To make an extra usable compiler package, e.g. gcc-4.x :
Unpack gcc-4.x--.tgz in a new directory in /home .
Delete conflicting files, rename files in usr/bin :
1) delete install/doinst.sh
2) delete usr/lib/libgcc_s.so.1
3) in usr/bin : mv cpp cpp-4.1 ( or 4.2 if that's the version )
4) in usr/bin : mv gcov gcov-4.1 ( 4.2..)
and delete usr/bin/gccbug.
5) delete usr/share usr/doc usr/include usr/man usr/info
and usr/lib/classpath .
Use # 'makepkg' to repack ( use a new package name )
Say yes to 'chmod 0755'
If the above is a compiler, capable of working in that system,
it can now do it with no conflicts, and without overwriting
"system compiler files", when installed.
Good luck !