ANSI-C compatible cc in SysV??
art at pilikia.pegasus.com
Tue Sep 4 07:03:22 AEST 1990
In article <9395 at ubc-cs.UUCP> rlin at cs.ubc.ca (Robert Lin) writes:
>Is the cc in Interactive System V 3.2 ANSI-C compatible? I tested cc
>on a small program with function prototyping ANSI style, and cc promptly
>choked. Looking through the cc man page reveals no special switch for
>ANSI C compatibility.
Well, this depends on which version if ISC UNIX you are running. The
answer is no for releases earlier than 2.2. Release 2.2 comes with
LPI C, which they call "New C". Unfortunately I don't recommend using
lpicc as it has quite a number of problems. You'd be much better off
getting the latest incarnation of the GNU C compiler, available from
many ftp sites and public access UNIX systems. GNU C is fully ANSI
compliant, and generates pretty tight 386 code.
>Second question, is it possible get allow root to log into a virtual
>terminal, instead of being restricted to using the console?
Comment out the line in /etc/default/login which reads:
You can comment it out by putting a '#' before the 'C' in CONSOLE.
While you are at it, you may want to change:
ALTSHELL=NO to ALTSHELL=YES
and set ULIMIT=4096 to ULIMIT=nnnnn
Where nnnnn is some large number like 32767.
Arthur W. Neilson III | ARPA: art at pilikia.pegasus.com
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