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A few kinds of features can't be guessed automatically by running test
programs. For example, the details of the object-file format, or
special options that need to be passed to the compiler or linker. You
can check for such features using ad-hoc means, such as having
configure check the output of the
uname program, or
looking for libraries that are unique to particular systems. However,
Autoconf provides a uniform method for handling unguessable features.
11.1 Specifying the System Type Specifying the system type 11.2 Getting the Canonical System Type Getting the canonical system type 11.3 Using the System Type What to do with the system type
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