glibc64 install failure

Peter Lawthers Peter.Lawthers at datadomain.com
Mon Nov 21 09:05:52 PST 2005



Dan Nicholson wrote:
> On 11/18/05, Peter Lawthers <Peter.Lawthers at datadomain.com> wrote:
> 
>>Great! That did the trick, thanks.
>>
>>Dan Nicholson wrote:
>>
>>>Don't know if this is exactly related, but on DIY-Linux, Greg Shafer
>>>pointed out that the test-installation.pl script uses the ld from
>>>tools which has /tools/lib at the front of the library search path.
>>>So, you're essentially testing your installation of your /tools glibc
>>>and not your fresh chroot glibc.  He uses an sed to insert -L/usr/lib
>>>into test-installation.pl.  See:
>>>
>>>http://www.diy-linux.org/x86-reference-build/chroot.html#c-glibc
>>>http://www.diy-linux.org/pipermail/diy-linux-dev/2004-October/000205.html
>>>
>>>This doesn't seem like it's your issue since the error seems to be
>>>with libgcc_s, but it would be interesting to see what this
>>>modification does to the running of test-installation.pl.  May be
>>>relevant to the build anyway.
>>>
>>>--
>>>Dan
> 
> 
> Peter, what command did you actually use?  Seems you would have to be
> careful about adding -L/usr/lib or -L/usr/lib64 in a multilib build. 
> I've never done one, so I don't know the issues involved, but it seems
> that -L/usr/lib would end up testing your glibc-32 build.  I don't
> really know, though.
> 
> Jim, Ken, etc: Would you guys test this out and see how it affects the
> build?  I don't know if it can go in verbatim for multilib, but it
> seems relevant to any glibc install.
> 
> --
> Dan

This is what I added prior to doing the actual configure:

sed -i.bak \
     's,libs -o,libs -L/usr/lib -o,' \
         scripts/test-installation.pl




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