Fwd: [Info] LFS Temp System - GCC 4.5.0 with MPFR > 2.4.2

Chung Pham The pham.the.chung0 at gmail.com
Thu Sep 23 00:43:35 PDT 2010


I'm tired with LFS, but I still find a Linux system with good and fast.
May build my own is best

2010/9/22 Dyllan <kingmilo at gmail.com>

> I came across this post and thought it should be noted, (somewhat
> attempted by yourself Thibaud F.), along with what seems like many other
> people out there struggling with the building of GCC-4.x.x in chapter
> 6.1.6 of Linux from Scratch.
>
> If you run into the problem noted on this mailing list;
>
>
> checking for gmp internal files... configure: error: header files
> gmp-impl.h and longlong.h not found
>
>
> As well as another common problem on the lists where you GCC build fails
> with;
>
>
> configure: error: C preprocessor "/lib/cpp" fails sanity check
> See `config.log' for more details.
> make[1]: *** [configure-target-libgcc] Error 1
> make[1]: Leaving directory `/gcc-build'
> make: *** [all] Error 2
>
>
> Then it is most likely because you have failed to remove your GCC-4.x.x
> source directory after your initial build of GCC in Chapter 5.5.
>
> This is noted in the LFS Documentation but somewhat ignored because
> following the documentation step by step does not reiterate removing the
> source folder for every package installed, and it shouldn’t have to.
>
> To resolve the above make fails you must;
>
> 1.) Remove the gcc-4.x.x folder in /mnt/$LFS/sources/
> 2.) Remove the gcc-build folder in /mnt/$LFS/sources/
> 3.) Extract the gcc-4.x.x archive in /mnt/$LFS/sources/
> 4.) Continue to follow the steps outlined in Chapter 6.1.6 of the LFS
> Documentation.
>
>
>
> Regards,
> Dyllan
>
>
>
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