Issue with adding a module in apache server (231 Views)
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mattupalli
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Registered: ‎08-23-2000
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Issue with adding a module in apache server

I installed the gcc and now I am able to compile it. While compiling I got some errors in couple of file given below.

as:"/var/tmp/cc0j7Zud.s",line14:error 1052: Directive name not recognized NSUBSPA
as:"/var/tmp/cc0j7Zud.s:,line38 error1052: Directive name not recognized NSUBSPA

Is there any place I need to enable some thing to recognize the name NSUBSPA.

Please give me some info

Thanks.
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Anthony deRito
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Re: Issue with adding a module in apache server

This is not a standard directive for Apache. I looked at the list and saw no referece to this directive. Where did you get it and what is it?

http://www.apache.org/docs-1.2/mod/directives.html

Tony
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John Palmer
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Registered: ‎07-28-1997
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Re: Issue with adding a module in apache server

I believe that the messages are produced when compiling gcc itself.

It is something to do with gcc being unable to locate the GNU assembler 'gas' which apparently is part of 'binutils'.

Try doing a net search for NSUBSPA.
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Anthony Goonetilleke
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Registered: ‎06-23-1999
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Re: Issue with adding a module in apache server

Before compiling gcc install binutils you get the depot file from

http://hpux.cs.utah.edu/hppd/hpux/Gnu/binutils-2.9.1/

You can even get the gcc depot file from there after you have installed it you can download the latest gcc and then compile it using the existing gcc version you instaled.
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Richard Mertz
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Registered: ‎01-07-1998
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Re: Issue with adding a module in apache server

I had the exact same problem just recently. Yes, you must install the binutils along with gcc and I believe add their location (I think it was "/opt/binutils") to your PATH. That should solve the problem.
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