keeping source trees

Gerard Beekmans gerard at linuxfromscratch.org
Wed Jun 7 09:24:34 PDT 2000


> After carefully looking at a current LFS system, I think you did not create
> the link from "/usr/local" --> "/usr".  If this is true, then when you
> compiled GCC, you should not have used the config statement
> "--with-local-prefix=/usr".  According to the online GCC documentation, this
> will override where GCC thinks /usr/local is.  (People who prefer an /opt
> directory tree might want GCC's idea of /usr/local to be /opt/include).

<Cut the rest>

Sounds good, I'll try the solution in a few weeks. I put it on the TODO
as a possible fix.

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