LFS-6.6, Stage2, glibc, nscd.c:442

Bruce Dubbs bruce.dubbs at gmail.com
Sun May 30 13:59:14 PDT 2010


Paul Rogers wrote:

> So it seems the HSR needs GCC>4.2, kernel>2.6.19?

I'm not sure about that, but it's possible.  I have an older LFS system 
that I use for day-to-day work.  It is an i686 originally built in Nov 
2005 using gcc-4.0.2, Linux 2.6.12, glibc-2.3.6. (SVN-20051118, 
approximately LFS-6.1.1).  I upgraded it to Linux-2.6.22.5 without 
problem (2007), but haven't upgraded tool change components since.  I 
use another system for my LFS development work now.

>> What if you built a Linux-2.6.22.5 kernel on the host and try that?
> 
> I'd fear that too large a kernel upgrade would require other confuration
> changes in my host system.  A patch from what was 17, now 18, to 19
> would probably reduce those chances.

No, I think 2.6.22.5 would be fine.  Besides, the only thing you do is 
copy bzImage and boot to that.  I don't think it would interfere with 
anything currently running, but if it did, the only thing needed to 
revert is a reboot.

> So it's beginning to look like from my LFS-6.1 system, with gcc-3.4.3
> and linux-2.6.11.12, originally, patched to 2.6.18.0, is just too far
> a chasm?  

Possibly.  The problem may be not using gcc-4.x.

> The 6.6 book's HSR needs patching?  I need an interim step,
> say my own build of 6.3?  Is that where we are?  If that's confirmed,
> I'll abandon this 6.6 build until I've done that--but I'd like to have
> all your best advice on that--it's twice as much work!

My advice would be to use jhalfs for some arbitrary version of the book 
that you choose and just let it run.  We know that LFS-6.3 works because 
it has been used a lot from the last LiveCD.  That would be a good 
candidate for an intermediate release.

   -- Bruce



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