Solaris 2.x on a Pentium?

Peter Rice pmr at sanger.ac.uk
Fri Apr 25 09:39:14 EST 1997

jquinn at best.com (Greg) writes:
> Tim Cutts (tjrc1 at mole.bio.cam.ac.uk) wrote:
> : In some cases even a binary gcc distribution is not enough; you can't
> : use gcc on an IRIX box unless you've bought the Development Option
> : anyway, because you won't have the header files.  :-/
> I have set up GCG on an IRIX box that doesn't have the development option
> installed; why would you need headers with a binary distribution?

Oops. Had to happen.

GCG is the GCG Inc. Wisconsin Sequence Analysis Package, which started
this thread.

gcc is the GNU C compiler.

As for the related question "why would you need headers with a binary
GCG distribution?" ...

.. So you could link your own code to the GCG object libraries.

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