Ftp sites for gdb source for SPARC running SunOS on Sun4!.

Ftp sites for gdb source for SPARC running SunOS on Sun4!.

Post by Saripalli Ramakrish » Wed, 11 Aug 1993 04:34:10



Hi there,

        Does anybody out there have the address where the sources of "gdb" (GNU de*) for SPARC
        machines are present?. I would like to have the configuration file take other machine specs,
        but right now, SPARC is important for me.

        I know there are binaries of "gdb" at some sites(like prep.ai.mit.edu), but I want the source
        in text form. This is because our system here does not seem to be having the space to hold this
        file of so much size (2900 K bytes).(I tried the /tmp partition too!.)

        I need the source in text form.

        There is one at "cmns.think.com" in /gnu/dist-18.55/gdb"
                                but it does not seem to be taking SPARC specs.

        Thanks a lot.

        I am working on SunOS Sun4.

        Ramakrishna Saripalli

 
 
 

Ftp sites for gdb source for SPARC running SunOS on Sun4!.

Post by Rob Ry » Tue, 17 Aug 1993 15:47:23



Quote:>Hi there,

>    Does anybody out there have the address where the
>    sources of "gdb" (GNU de*) for SPARC
>    machines are present?. I would like to have
>    the configuration file take other machine specs,
>    but right now, SPARC is important for me.

>    I know there are binaries of "gdb" at some sites
>    (like prep.ai.mit.edu), but I want the source
>    in text form. This is because our system here
>    does not seem to be having the space to hold this
>    file of so much size (2900 K bytes).(I tried
>    the /tmp partition too!.)

That site, prep.ai.mit.edu, is the home of all gnuish software and
you'll find the source there, too.  Unfortunately, the source is
pretty big ...

-rw-r--r--  1 14910    wheel     3217104 Aug 13 12:27 gdb-4.10.tar.gz
-rw-r--r--  1 14910    wheel     2951317 May 12 15:17 gdb-4.9.tar.gz

Quote:>    I need the source in text form.

Correspondingly, this would require even more disk space than the
gzip'ed tar files listed above, further complicating your situation.
If there was a single module that you were interested in, then someone
could presumably extract that for you, but if you just want the
"source", in general, then your tight disk situation is a problem.

-- Rob