As of GCC version 2.8.0, Open Server is supported. Configure it by using the following:
There is no reason to modify gcc in any way. It compiles cleanly on Open Server 5.
SCO Open Server 5.0 is recognised automatically by XFree86. You do not
need to specify any
BOOTSTRAPCFLAGS parameters when doing a
make World. You can ignore the warning message about
BOOTSTRAPCFLAGS at the very beginning of a
Use GCC if you can. XFree should compile with the DevSys cc, but GCC has better optimizations, and is guaranteed to work.
HasSVR3mmapDrvas you may have done in older versions of SCO. Open Server 5 has full mmap() support, and this is used for direct frame buffer access.
NO. Doing this will cause only the ELF versions of the libraries to be built. ``
sco5.cf'' sets this to
YESby default, so you must explicitly set it to
xf86site.def''. All binaries are compiled in ELF mode to reduce space.