bash and glibc2.3
Lee at hancock1980.freeserve.co.uk
Fri Oct 4 15:19:47 PDT 2002
That works ,the only problem now is gcc, libstdc++ start to winge. GCC
compiles with --enable-languages=c but not with --enable-languages=c,c++ .
Right I am going to forget about and make it down the pub for last orders!
"Lee Hancock" <Lee at hancock1980.freeserve.co.uk> wrote in message
news:anki25$dss$1 at shadowfax.linuxfromscratch.org...
> Giving it one more shot. I entered the static environment using redhats
> bash. Compiled glibc2.3, bash, sh-utils, file utils, findutils ( these are
> the packages that seem to segfault) Now i am going to try to create
> static directory, within this static environment. Confusing but should get
> Lee Hancock wrote:
> > arrhh i don't think glibc2.3 is binary compatible with 2.2, everything
> > keeps segfaulting. Thought I got around it, but no :( Think the only way
> > around it is to build the /static directory from a glibc2.3 environment.
> > I am only on a 56k so i cant try redhat 8, too big to download. So for
> > now i giving up, until the next time ;)
> > Lee Hancock wrote:
> >> This is not an ideal way but up to yet its working for me. I did
> >> everything in Chapter 5 and installed glibc-2.3 like you would
> >> glibc-2.2.5 ( except the patch). Then I dropped out of the chmod
> >> environment and replaced bash from RedHat's 8 bash.rpm package. It
> >> complained about libtermcap so I also installed that library. Entered
> >> chmod environment and no segfaulting.
> >> I'am rebuilding everything now, let you know how it goes.
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