[Clfs-support] a problem with the temporary Perl-5.8.8 configuring according the CLFS book

杜晓光 realdxg at hotmail.com
Wed Apr 9 07:36:54 PDT 2008

Hello, everyone^_^
Unfortunately I have problems once again. When I boot up the temporary system and managed to configure the temporary perl-5.8.8, I met this problem:
#include <stdio.h>
int main() { printf(¡°OK/n¡±); return(0); }
I used the command:
Gcc ¨Cm32 ¨Co try ¨CO2 ¨CDOVR_DBL_DIG=14 try.c ¨Clnsl ¨Cldl ¨Clm ¨Clcrypt ¨Clutil ¨Clc 
And I got the following output:
/bin/bash: ./try: cannot execute binary file
The program compiled OK, but exited with status 126.
You have a problem. Shall I abort Configure [y]
OK. Stopping Configure.
Before configuring the Perl, I made and installed the tcl, expect, tree, and dejagnu, I did not encounter any problem(but I did not test them).I guess gcc works, doesn't it?
Could anyone kindly tell me why? Thanks very much.
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