LFS 6.0 : GCC 3.4.1 (pass 1) : Killed (program cc1)
staschuk at telusplanet.net
Sun May 15 09:38:24 PDT 2005
Back in March, Ron Parker posted
which reports that his effort to install LFS 6.0 failed when building
gcc 3.4.1 (pass 1). The build died with the message
xgcc: Internal error: Killed (program cc1)
while compiling insn-attrtab.c during the compiler bootstrap.
I, too, observed this problem. Here's how:
My host system is a (more or less) vanilla LFS 5.0, and thus
runs kernel 2.4.22.
Since LFS 6.0 wants a 2.6 kernel on the host, I downloaded
18.104.22.168 and built it, using the usual compiler on LFS 5.0,
which is gcc 3.3.1.
Running that new kernel, I started following LFS 6.0, and gcc
pass 1 failed as described above.
On rebooting the machine to run the old 2.4.22 kernel and starting
the gcc 3.4.1 (pass 1) section again, the problem did not occur;
I conclude that the kernel running is relevant.
I have not yet had time to test whether a 2.6 kernel compiled with,
say, gcc 2.95.3 exhibits the same problem, though that seems like
the obvious next step.
Steven Taschuk staschuk at telusplanet.net
"I may be wrong but I'm positive." -- _Friday_, Robert A. Heinlein
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