gcc 3.0

elko elko at home.nl
Tue Jul 3 08:48:54 PDT 2001

On Tuesday 03 July 2001 02:05, lost at l-w.net wrote:
> I just got finished building the basic LFS system using gcc 3.0. However,
> with the "--enable-shared" gcc 3.0 builds libgcc as shared and stashes it
> in /usr/lib/gcc-lib/.... which is not mounted at sysinit time if /usr is
> on a separate partition. This can be fixed by disabling libgcc as a shared
> library or by copying libgcc_s.so.1 to /lib then running ldconfig.

Though I'm not using gcc-3.0 yet,
I like to have things on seperate partitions also:

[root at ElkOS /mnt]# df -h
Filesystem            Size  Used Avail Use% Mounted on
/dev/hda1             387M   61M  306M  17% /
/dev/hda5             387M  9.7M  358M   3% /tmp
/dev/hda6             387M  118M  249M  32% /var
/dev/hda8             2.7G  1.3G  1.3G  49% /usr
/dev/hdc1              19G   11G  7.1G  60% /home
/dev/hdd1             370M   13k  351M   0% /mnt/hdd1 (/)
/dev/hdd2             370M   13k  351M   0% /mnt/hdd2 (/var)
/dev/hdd3             370M   13k  351M   0% /mnt/hdd3 (/tmp)
/dev/hdd6             3.2G  356k  3.0G   0% /mnt/hdd6 (/usr)
/dev/hdd7              13G   20k   12G   0% /mnt/hdd7 (/home || playroom)

I install LFS on /dev/hdd6, which is going to be my /usr 
partition (it has enough room for sources and binaries);
I could use /dev/hdd7 if I wanted.

When LFS is running I mount the other lfs-fs's and put
everything from /dev/hdd6 onto the right partition and
reboot again.
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