chris at beaker67.com
Wed Dec 28 08:29:04 PST 2005
Ken Moffat wrote:
> Needless to say, the files installed from the sanitised headers and
> binutils, and the logs for binutils, are identical (not surprising,
> nothing has changed). Diffing glibc between 20051024 and 20051107,
> there are changes for the configure process, so perhaps something is
> broken, or something got missed.
> Plan A: try a newer snapshot, to see if this is fixed on x86. If it
> is, I'll need to try to isolate what has changed, I really don't want to
> invite everybody to retest all architectures with a later glibc snapshot
> if that can be avoided.
> Plan B: maybe binutils-2.16.1 is now too old for glibc-head, at least
> on x86.
> I'd still appreciate a response to my earlier questions from anybody
> who *has* built cross-lfs for x86 using glibc-20051107.
I'm building a cross-lfs system right now, with glibc-20051107 -
currently halfway through the final-system - and haven't had any
problems. My LFS_HOST and LFS_TARGET are both i686-pc-linux-gnu.
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