Static gcc compile prob

Jonathan Eisenstein jeisen at mindspring.com
Fri Oct 27 22:37:49 PDT 2000


Or, maybe something else I could do (just thought of this) is set the
system up so that I can chroot and use the different libc to compile a
static gcc. Is this possible/advised?

Jonathan Eisenstein wrote:
> 
> Okay, call me picky, but is can I get a gcc there that's for the step
> I'm on? I'd rather skip as little as possible, so if I can just get the
> static GCC it would be great. Doesn't static GCC by definition mean it
> doesn't need any particular libc to use?
> 
> > Point some browser at : http://highos.dhs.org/ALFS/ALFS-2.3.6_i386/usr/bin/
> > and grab the 'gcc' and 'g++' binaries.
> > Then go to http://highos.dhs.org/ALFS/ALFS-2.3.6_i386/usr/lib/ and grab the
> > contents of the gcc-lib directory (this will be some 5 to 6 MB I estimate)
> >
> > Look under http://highos.dhs.org/ALFS/ALFS-2.3.6_i386/usr/include to see what
> > else you're missing (get g++ at least)
> >
> > I think with those you pretty much copied a GCC installation. With a bit of
> > luck it will even work ;)
> >
> > Good luck,
> >
> > --
> > Gerard Beekmans
> > www.linuxfromscratch.org
> >
> 
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