LFS 2.4 - Hang on 1st reboot
RBland at PeopleSupport.com
Wed Oct 4 10:49:33 PDT 2000
OK, here's what happened.
I was compiling LFS on a 686 for a 486 target. The 486 only had a 400MB
disk, so I couldn't do the 'install Red Hat, create a new partition & make
LFS' thing since there just wasn't room. So I compiled LFS on my 686, which
already had RH6.2 and threw it onto the 400MB and threw that into the 486.
I compiled glibc on the 686, setting the -march=i486 and -mcpu=i486 flags in
CFLAGS and CXXFLAGS. However, glibc actually got compiled for a i686.
The symptoms I was suffering from (nothing happening after the kernel
finished loading) was due to glibc being compiled for a 686 and running on a
486. init, bash, just about everything else is dynamically linked to libc,
so NOTHING would run. It just sat there after the last kernel line.
/* the solution */
Apparently, in order to cross compile for another x86, you have to specify
--host=i486-pc-linux-gnu in the ./configure command for glibc.
Thx to everyone on #LFS and the list for putting up with my babbling.
From: Rich B [mailto:rich at budlight.com]
Sent: Sunday, September 17, 2000 4:12 PM
To: lfs-discuss at linuxfromscratch.org
Subject: LFS 2.4 - Hang on 1st reboot
OK, I've got as far as the first reboot from the LFS 2.4 boot, and the boot
VFS : Mounted root (ext2 filesystem) readonly.
Freeing unused kernel memory: 32k freed
And then just sits there. I'm not so familiar with the boot process as to
know 'what happens next'. The target machine was running RH6.2, so I know
it's capable of running OK.
Any ideas as to whar _should_ come next? Kernel ver 2.2.15 and 2.2.17 have
been used to the same effect.
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