make errors - solved

Collins Richey richey3 at
Tue Jul 4 08:40:45 PDT 2000

On Tue, 04 Jul 2000, Tomislav Greguric wrote:
> Hi all,
> > > It turns out that my K6/2 works fine as i686 for some installs,
> > > but not for bash or gcc.  I'm now using -O3 -mcpu=i586
> > > -march=i586 and life is better.  
> > 
> > Why not use -O3 -mcpu=k6 -march=k6?
> neither one...
> For an AMD-K6-2 use "-march=pentium -mpentiumpro", as it has an
> Pentium compatible instruction set (except 3DNow!) and similar
> scheduling like a Pentium Pro, AFAIK.
> The "-march=k6" would slow down the execution time of programs and
> "-march=i686" may generate unknown instructions for the K6/2.

My machine must be strange.  I tried this before I switched to
i586, but when I went to the chroot environment, ls and other
but not all fileutils commands produced "illegal instruction". 
I fixed this by redo with i586 as the type.

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