gerard at linuxfromscratch.org
Wed Jan 10 16:30:56 PST 2001
On January 10, 2001 06:28 pm, Perrin Aybara wrote:
> The order I was following was the order put forth by the guy who posted
> the patches originally (scott thomason)--I used his instructions before
> with no problems. According to said instructions, Glibc is patched in
> the static compile but NOT GCC. GCC is patched with both patches in the
> post-chroot install. Also, in LFS 2.4.3 Ncurses comes before GCC.
> I've checked three different messages scott thomason posted with the
> instructions, and they're all the same: glibc is under the "---static
> build---" section and GCC is under the "---dynamic build---" section.
> Is this wrong? I specifically remember succesfully building an LFS
> system with these instructions before, but then again that system might
> have been from a version of Gerard's book where the dynamic install of
> GCC fell before Ncurses.
If you don't use the gcc patch in chapter 5, your
$LFS/usr/include/g++/streambuf.h (and a second file in the same directory)
will be incorrect. This can be fixed by using the gccinclude patch also
provided by scott (install static gcc without a patch, but then apply the
gccinclude patch after you installed gcc).
Or, save yourself trouble and just use the gcc patch, which incorporates the
-*- If Linux doesn't have the solution, you have the wrong problem -*-
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