02-07-2001 09:47 AM
as: "/var/tmp/cc4dJHpa.s", line 14: error 1052: Directive name not recognized -
as: "/var/tmp/cc4dJHpa.s", line 37: error 1052: Directive name not recognized -
Any Ideas what I'm doing wrong. I get this
even when I'm compiling a simple c program.
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02-08-2001 01:16 AM
Make sure you have the GNU binutils installed and in your PATH, as you seem to use HP 'as' instead of GNU 'as'.
02-08-2001 09:50 AM
Is this where the GNU(????) info is?
You'll have to help me here, I'm not sure where to look for GNU binutils or what this means.
02-08-2001 03:26 PM
Save yourself some effort and download the pre-compiled Apache binaries from http://software.hp.com! Its free, and it can be installed with swinstall. Just go to the website, click [Search], type in "Apache", and follow the download and install directions.
02-08-2001 05:34 PM
You can download binutil (and gcc) software bundles in depot form from the following link,
Before you compile apache, make sure
are on your search path.
Also, set environment variable CC=GCC.
Try again and let us know how things go.
02-16-2001 09:12 AM
As mentioned previously, the apache can be obtained from this site and in depot format - all that is required is swinstall.