glibc make check error

Ryan.Oliver at pha.com.au Ryan.Oliver at pha.com.au
Thu Jun 17 18:45:01 PDT 2004






> The solution is exactly as Jeremy stated. No gid is special, it just
> has t actually have a name associtated with it. And since we cannot
> assume what the default number is, nor whether or not that number is
> actually assigned, we should stick with generic
> groupadd lfs && useradd -g lfs ..

Or alternatively (as 100 is usually group "users") if the users
group doesn't exist on the host(?), create one, and create lfs user
as a member of group users... better than using an arbitrary lfs
group

 [R]




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