gcc-4.1.1 pass2 cannot find limits.h

f.l. texlexsex at gmail.com
Thu Jun 29 23:50:11 PDT 2006

thanks .
i did have problem with expect-5.44.1, which require tkConfig.sh to be present,
and after install tk it seemed ok, expect was not used much up to now,
so there's little chance for me to find it,
nor did i noticed the claim on expect site.

i do want to try with newer version, most of them provide better
things than their ancestor version.

but gcc might have went to far, i dont like its include_next directive
extension to c standard, the manual also said that it introduce greate

On 6/30/06, Chris Staub <chris at beaker67.com> wrote:
> lfs-support-bounces at linuxfromscratch.org wrote:
> > well, short answer is yes.
> >
> > i created a new partition, make symbolic link to /tool,
> > clean all enviroment variables except HOME, TERM and so on,
> >
> >  binutils-2.17
> >  gcc-4.1.1 pass 1
> >  Linux-Libc-Headers-
> >  Glibc-2.4
> >  Tcl-8.4.13
> >  Tk-8.4.13
> >  Expect-5.44.1
> >  DejaGNU-1.4.4
> >
> > these all went fine, and follow the instructions in lfs-book, except
> > packages are newer version than lfs-book.
> >
> This will definitely not work. If you want to use those newer versions,
> you're probably better off trying cross-lfs. However, you must keep in
> mind that simply substituting newer versions will not always work. For
> example, the website for expect *very clearly* states that 5.44.1 is
> known to be buggy and is not supported.
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