>>> When running make, could you try -R option with setarch?
>>> $ setarch i386 -R make
>> Thank you very much for looking into it. I'm now home where
>> there's not the pc in which Fedore Core 4 is installed, but I'll
>> try that measure in Monday. Did you succeed with it?
> Yes, I did.
I succeeded in building Emacs under Fedora Core 4 with:
./configure args... ; setarch i386 -R make bootstrap
Even if I used the `-R' option, I also confirmed wrapping temacs
with `setarch i386 -R' when dumping Emacs (as described in
etc/PROBLEMS) was ineffective.
BTW, FC4 eats the C-SPC key for the `iiimx' program which is the
input method for (at least?) Japanese text by default, so I
couldn't use C-SPC for `set-mark-command' in Emacs. Liang Zhao
kindly told me that it can be solved by removing `<Ctrl>space'
from the /usr/lib/X11/app-defaults/Iiimx file, and I put it into
practice. Furthermore, I saw I can simply remove that file.
While I did so, I'm still able to start writing Japanese text in
gnome-terminal, Firefox, etc. using C-SPC or S-SPC. Although I
cannot use C-SPC in Emacs started with the `-nw' option in
gnome-terminal, it will probably be solved by modifying the X
resources for gnome-terminal (I haven't found the way for that