Pure LFS Hint - good to go
JuBColding at yorkref.com
Fri Feb 14 07:31:46 PST 2003
But I have a small question.. I have now build a few ch 6 packages. The
only modification to the environment that I did, was to "sed" the ch 5
gcc spec file immediately after having installed the ch 6 glibc. Using
ldd to inspect the ch 6 binaries shows that they all link against the ch
6 glibc and that they are all using /lib/ld-linux.so.2.
So, is it really necessary to do anything else to get a pure and correct
ch 6 build?
On Fri, 2003-02-14 at 14:02, Greg Schafer wrote:
> It's not quite finished yet but there is enough here for anyone to utilise
> the new method and build a complete system. There are still some FIXME's in
> If this ever gets integrated into the book, it will drastically reduce the
> amount of things that can go wrong and thus reduce the level of cluelessness
> on the support list. As mentioned earlier, it should also dramatically
> increase the range of hosts capable of building LFS from.
> I'm still tempted to write a shorter version which doesn't go into as much
> detail and doesn't take as much care, but still utilises all the same
> principles. This shorter version could go into the book in a snap and would
> instantly be a huge win over current LFS.
> I'll tidy up some remaining stuff then submit to the hintmaster for
> inclusion with the rest of the hints. I still need to write some paragraphs
> about installing gcc-2.95.3 into /opt and using it to build kernels.
> I'd just like to publically thank Ryan for the amount of work he's put into
> this. You really have no idea how hard he's been at it. The final result
> might not look like lots of work, but trust me, it's massive.
> Anyhow, enjoy.
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