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From: pamnani AT cs DOT cornell DOT edu (Anil Pamnani)
Date: Tue, 2 Nov 93 14:20:56 -0500
To: djgpp AT sun DOT soe DOT clarkson DOT edu

I'm having some problems setting up the GNU C compiler.  When I try to
compile test programs with GCC, the program seems to assemble fine,
but right after that I get the standard DOS error, Bad Command.  It
then does not output the object code, and I get an error that ld
couldn't find the appropriate .o file.  The compiler execution then
stops.  I've tried a number of options, and it seems to come down to
the compiler having trouble outputting the object file.  I've gone
over the autoexec.bat file, and I don't believe the problem lies
there.  Additionally, when I use the -S flag (to output the assembler
code), it outputs the .S file succesfully, so the trouble seems to
stem from a system call that the operating system is apparently unable
to understand.

Thanks for any help you can provide.

Anil Pamnani.
pamnani AT cs DOT cornell DOT edu


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