andrew at plumb.org
Tue Jan 23 22:26:09 PST 2001
Perhaps, instead of removing all reference to -march, point to the
Since my target machine isn't my host/building machine, things are a
little more challenging. Finding time to chisel away at build challenges
is the biggest challenge of them all at the moment. :-)
On Tue, 23 Jan 2001, Gerard Beekmans wrote:
> On January 23, 2001 03:02 pm, Carol Spears wrote:
> > The right answer from three different directions. Thank you.
> > Can someone eMail the book people with a suggestion to put "uname -m"
> > into Chapter 6 in either Debugging symbols and compiler optimizations or
> > in Creating $LFS/root/.bash_profile so that I don't bother you again?
> "the book people" you mean the people writing the LFS book? Just post your
> message to this list (or lfs-discuss, depending on the nature of the email)
> and I will read it.
> About the whole -march thing. It has been removed from 2.4.4 (which was
> released about 5 minutes ago) because all that optimization causes more grief
> that worth often. It doesn't matter if you are already using it, I do suggest
> removing the CFLAGS and CXXFLAGS variables from your $LFS/root/.bash_profile
> files. Not using those values increases your success in creating a very
> stable LFS system.
Andrew Plumb, VE3SLG
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