This looks like the real problem. For one reason or another something
messed up your file system and/or some library used to access it.
If things are not where they are supposed to be you cannot seriously
expect then a compiler will produce any meaningful output; hence these
'cc1: /tmp/cca00920.i: No such file or directory' messages. To get a
somewhat better look at what is going on you may want to add '-v' to
compiler flags and see what this will tell. You can expect all other
"funny" things of any kind to happen.
I hope that you have current backups, but did you try reboot with
forced fsck - for the start? 'strace sendmail -bd', for example
and if it will run, can also provide a valuable info.
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