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64 bit compile on Linux SPARC U5

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I'm trying to get PostgreSQL-7.4RC2 to compile with 64 bit support on my Linux
SPARC Ultra5.
The problem is that the linker has to be passed (for what I have experienced)
the value -m elf64_sparc to /usr/bin/ld, else the linker will give this
error:

/usr/bin/ld -r -o SUBSYS.o heaptuple.o indextuple.o indexvalid.o printtup.o
scankey.o tupdesc.o
/usr/bin/ld: No tiene soporte el enlazado reubicable con reubicaciones del
formato elf64-sparc (heaptuple.o) al formato elf32-sparc (SUBSYS.o)
make[4]: *** [SUBSYS.o] Error 1

The error disappers if I add the "-m elf64_sparc" to the ld line.

Is there a way to have this added to the configure?

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