rlaager at bigfoot.com
Sun Jul 29 10:13:52 PDT 2001
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On Sunday 29 July 2001 2:10, Paul Campbell wrote:
> > First of all, this type of question really belongs in the lfs-apps
> > mailing list.
> It was originally about house keeping and temp directories, and how they
> should be treated, so I thought it was a valid lfs-discuss topic.
Well, I'm new to this list. But, I feel you are correct. This does belong in
this list. (No flames please.)
> > You shouldn't have to delete these directories between invocations, but
> > it doesn't hurt either.
> Yea, but when things go wrong, it remembers bad things in these so I have
> to deleted them by hand.
I don't follow. What "bad things"? I would recommend trying to delete the
files in those folders one at a time, until you know which file(s) is causing
> > One suggestion is to compile your software with the
> > default optimizations until you have a decently running system. Then go
> > back and experiment with different optimization switches.
> I only did -O3 -march=i686 -mcpu=i686, else suggested otherwise in hints or
It could be the optimizations. Weird things happen with optimizations
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