pinskie at physics.uc.edu
Mon May 12 19:32:14 PDT 2003
> On Tue, May 13, 2003 at 11:46:02AM +1000, Ryan.Oliver at pha.com.au wrote:
> > Shouldn't be necessary, by default it looks there first.
> > /me thinks there may be a problem with the ldscripts creation.
> > Next run with the book instructions, please check
> > /stage1/<target-triple>/lib/ldscripts and check that the search paths are
> > all correct at the appropriate moments...
> I ran it again today and checked the specs file. The sed didn't work the
> first time. I used the exact same sed (was going off .bash_history so I
> know it was the same) and it worked. The only problem is that
> 's@/lib/ld.so.1@/stage1/lib/ld.so.1 at g' does nothing. There is no
> occurence of ld.so anywhere in the stage1/lib/gcc-lib/*/*/specs file.
> The ld-linux sed worked though (after the 2nd time). I don't know what's
> going on.
Of course ld.so.1 doesn't exist in specs, your system uses ld-linux.so.2.
ld.so.1 is used on powerpc, and a few other archs I believe, which is why
it is done in the book, to make it less x86-only.
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