Well, I'm not a native english speaker, consequently I suspect that I must have not made me clear.
Yesterday I tried several times to compile with the parameters I want, but this failed each time.
I had commented, adjusted or added optflags in several files (namely: /usr/lib/rpm/rambo/rpmrc, /usr/lib/rpm/rpmrc, .rpmrc) but in the end the compiler, compiles for a pentium 586 with this parameters -O2 -g -march=i586 -mtune=generic...and others like stack-protector.
At best, those parameters were added with the ones I wanted.
I do not need any debugging symbols, stack-protector is the default in gcc4.1 and beyond and I'd like to compile for a geode cpu (lx800) on a core2 processor architecture.
Can someone tell me how to get rid off the default parameters (i586...) or give me a clue ?
ps: English is not my mother tongue. If I'm being rude, stupid, weird; It's not on purpose.