problem compiling bash
Bosschert, B. (ks)
Bas.Bosschert at asz.nl
Mon Oct 23 06:02:41 PDT 2000
Yes I understand your question. Excuse me btw for my really fucked up
I'm stuck with Outlook here...
Well, the first time you compile bash, you only compile it, because you need
to create an environment wherefrom you can compile the rest of your lfs
That's why you also compile it static.
The second time you compile bash because you don't want those large static
binaries. So, you compile it dynamically.
You will have a working lfs environment if you don't install the infopages.
just not complete.
Installing install-info in the lfs environment will work I guess...
I, for myself just installed the new install-info in my debian environment,
and yes I fucked up dselect. But that's just because I only use it to
compile lfs in it.
> -----Oorspronkelijk bericht-----
> Van: ivan [SMTP:ivan at svgalib.org]
> Verzonden: maandag 23 oktober 2000 14:52
> Aan: lfs-discuss at linuxfromscratch.org
> Onderwerp: RE: problem compiling bash
> At 14:36 23/10/00 +0200, you wrote:
> >Let me guess.... I feel.. I feel... debian..
> >The dselect utility from debian uses an old install-info to update the
> >You can update your install-info but then your dselect program will not
> >I can't remember from which package install-info came, but i'm sure
> >you can;t find it in the man page.
> >Good luck,
> yep - debian is the culprit ... i'm using an old 2.0 stable release
> question is now, will i still have a working lfs system if i ignore this
> error, finish the installation of lfs, compile the latest install-info
> under lfs and then recompile bash ? ... hmmm, if you understand the
> question that is :)
> thanks again
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