[TUHS] boot block in v7 bootable on rp06 in simh
cowan at mercury.ccil.org
Sun Dec 6 06:12:56 AEST 2015
Will Senn scripsit:
> Well, you were right, sim didn't want to build 64 bit. However, I
> already had a working sim, so I simply used the existing pdp11
> binary and your instructions. They worked!
I simply wrap gcc in this script:
exec /usr/bin/gcc -m32 "$@"
to solve problems like this. I keep it in ~/bin named gcc32 and
then rename it to gcc when I need to compile 32-bit-specific code.
It's much better than trying to whack on the Makefile. I wish I could
use a similar hack to get bas/bs running directly on Linux: they seem
to assume 16-bitness, and segfault quickly.
John Cowan http://www.ccil.org/~cowan cowan at ccil.org
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