Glibc fails to make. (error 2)
kyle_bren at live.com
Wed May 19 22:46:18 PDT 2010
On 05/19/2010 09:54 PM, Mike McCarty wrote:
> Kyle Brennan wrote:
>> So I should be compiling in the sources folder. that is probably why
>> the compile failed in the first place. so for example my binutils pass
>> 1 directory would look like this: "$LFS/sources/binutils-2.20"
> You can build anywhere you want, so long as it isn't $LFS/tools,
> $LFS/dev, etc.
> I happen not to like to build underneath the $LFS/sources directory.
> The usual way I do it is
> $LFS/sources tarballs
> $LFS/build/package-version extracted tarballs
> I then build in
> As a specific example,
> is the directory where I would extract the tarball and do the build.
> The CWD would be
> when I extract the tarball, and the extraction process creates
> I then
> $ cd binutils-2.20
> $ ./configure
> $ make
> That's a personal preference. You can do it anywhere,
> so long as it's not any of the other directories which
> eventually get used, like
thanks everyone. I got to the same problem that i was at before
though. I did work in the sources directory. I got to GLibC and it ran
for about 45 minutes and then it threw this error at me: make: *** [all]
It just came out of the /mnt/lfs/sources/glibc-2.11.1 directory. which
is where the tarball is extracted. I am wondering if it is because i
have a bad version of binutils. i have 2.20.1 and it says that that
version has not been tested. I have saved the entire build log as far
as the console will remember so that if anyone wants more info i can
give it to them. my host system is a brand new ubuntu desktop 10.04
system and i updated it yesterday.
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