[lfs-support] can't compile gcc pass 1

Fernando de Oliveira famobr at yahoo.com.br
Sat Jan 5 04:35:09 PST 2013

--- Em sáb, 5/1/13, Simon Geard escreveu:

> De: Simon Geard
> Assunto: Re: [lfs-support] can't compile gcc pass 1
> Para: lfs-support
> Data: Sábado, 5 de Janeiro de 2013, 8:40
> On Fri, 2013-01-04 at 19:11 -0600,
> Bruce Dubbs wrote:
> > matthew gruda wrote:
> > > the output of the version check script is:
> > >
> > > bash, version 4.2.24(1)-release
> > > /bin/sh -> /bin/dash
> > 
> > Fix this.
> Bruce (and others), I think some improvement needs to be
> made to the
> Requirements page in the book. Because I get the impression
> that people
> aren't actually reading the page - they're just running the
> commands in
> the grey box, and when they don't appear to fail, continue
> on to the
> next page. The thing about bash vs dash is practically the
> first thing
> on the page, but the number of people who miss it is just
> silly.
> I'm not sure what the fix is, but we need to make the
> readers understand
> that they actually need to use their brains, and read the
> instructions,
> not just copy-paste the commands.
> Simon

I have recurrently written about this, here.

My error with this page, even after having built one or two versions of 
LFS, was that the last line:

"gcc compilation OK"

that made me ignore the other lines, when some of these lines were
telling me that I had requirements to fix.

I thought: "all right, host can compile, so the other lines are just 
additional information or recommendations, may be".

My suggestion in a previous post was to move that line to an earlier 
place in the script.

Chris gave better suggestions than mine. But as the SVN version has 
been modified, Bruce does not think that anything is necessary, "I have 
modified the book, let us wait until new release on March". Having read 
that before my original post, I told him that we could at least create 
a ticket to remember about that on March, but he still thinks it to be 
unnecessary. Perhaps he is right, if the complaints to come from the
stable, not the SVN, and the issues will continue to appear in this list
so as to keep us aware of the problem. However, if the new version does
not work as expected there will be six more months until the eventual
needed fix be introduced, and go into the following release.


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