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Old 03-29-2003, 10:54 PM   #1
kalmite
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Building Slack 9.0 for different platform


Now that Slackware uses gcc 3.2x I would like to compile every package for an Athlon XP CPU. The biggest problem lies in the fact there is no global makefile or anything like that; there is a build script for each package. Does anyone know of a program or some other easy way to do like a make world or something with adding the changes into each build script for -march=athlon and -mcpu=athlon-xp? If need be I will compile each package seperately, but what a huge time consuming taks that will be.

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