After chroot, GCC 2.95.2 won't compile - host type???
jfclinux at fuse.net
jfclinux at fuse.net
Tue Jan 2 07:26:30 PST 2001
WOW! Now that was a fast reply. I will try it tonight as soon as I get home from work! Thanks John
> From: Lab Monkey <labmonkey at hfx.eastlink.ca>
> Date: Tue, 02 Jan 2001 11:10:30 -0400
> To: lfs-discuss at linuxfromscratch.org
> Subject: Re: After chroot, GCC 2.95.2 won't compile - host type???
> 1/2/2001 9:04:00 AM, <jfclinux at fuse.net> wrote:
> >I've been going through the lfs book step by step trying to get everything installed. So far, everything has gone well until I tried to compile GCC 2.95.2 after changing root to
> the lfs (Chapter 6). The error I get is that it cannot guess my host type. So, I added --host=i686 to my /configure line. It looks like it starts to work, and then it bombs saying
> i686-pc-none is not a valid host type (in /usr/src/gcc-build/gcc). I've tried i386, i586, etc., but I keep getting the same error. I looked at configure.guess, but I'm pretty new at
> this and really didn't know what to look for. Any ideas? I hope I can get it working, because this has already been an awesome learning experience!! I'm not sure if it matters,
> but here are my machine specs:
> >K7-750MHZ Athlon
> >KA7-100 Abit Mobo
> >128MB PC133 RAM
> >20.5 GB ATA-66 IBM Harddrive
> >10X Pioneer DVD
> >HP 8100i CD Writer
> >Asus V6600 Deluxe Geforce SDR
> >SB Live Platinum
> >Linksys NIC for DSL Access
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> godd morning friend!
> i had the exact same problem myself a couple weeks ago. interestingly enough, i have almost the same computer as you. coincidence?
> for your host, enter "i686-pc-linux-gnu". i believe that should work. at least, it did for me.
> lab monkey
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