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Old 04-03-2009, 07:44 PM   #1
freetommy33
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Codesorcery G++ on AMD64 machine


Hello,

I've been trying to configure and compile GNU tools on my machine myself, until I came across Codesorcery. Codesorcery even has a graphical installation executable to install all the tools in any directory you want. But I get a long list of warnings just as painful as when I have tried to build these tools my self.

I have an AMD64 machine running ubuntu8.10 64 bit. Codesorcery is a 32bit application. The installation guide assumes everything works and does not give much advice for troubleshooting. I would like to know how to install codesorcery lite edition on my machine.
 
  


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