So I uninstalled the gcc rpm (gcc had a bug, and I wanted to compile
Moonlight Creator...). And I installed the latest version.
It was installed in /usr/local.
And now, uname -a answers:Linux localhost.localdomain 2.0.36 #1 Tue Oct
13 22:17:11 EDT 1998 i586 unknown
The problem is that Linux seems to be used for other processors, whereas
mine requires linux to be the os name... Well, that's what I got to
think when I read the config.guess script.
So how can I get "linux" back instead of "Linux"? Anyone know? Where
does unames get the info, except from /proc (which I know I can't
Though "configure --host=`gcc -dumpmachine` " sometimes works, it
HEEEEELP! PLEASE SOMEONE OUT THERE!
Please, if you have the answer (or even a bit of an answer), *do* reply.
And be kind enough to email it to me...
May the Tux be with you!