You built gcc in the same directory as the source is in?
That's not a well-tested way of building it -- you have to create another directory, then do (from inside that directory) ../gcc-3.2.1/configure <options>
, not ./configure <options>
from the gcc directory.
Take a look at the LFS book (linked from www.linuxfromscratch.org
), to see how they do it. Building it that way hasn't failed me yet...