> when compiling the new gcc 2.95 (using egcs 1.1.2 and binutils 2.9.1;
> the readmes say I have to use binutils 188.8.131.52.15 or later so it should
> be ok), I get an error saying a program called "no" could not be found.
> What does "no" do? Where can I get it from?
The message "/bin/sh: no: command not found" was produced by an error
by configure; it Ive no gettext installed, it wrote
in the Makefiles. But, however, the message "command not found"
is not very helpful in this case, and although I looked into
the Makefiles, it was some time until I thought of "no" meaning
"its not there". The configure script should put in the "missing"
script instead, I think.
But even after installing gettext, the compilations also fails
undefined reference to `dcgettext__'
What could be the reason?
Thanks for your help!