robert at linuxfromscratch.org
Fri Sep 8 16:37:10 PDT 2006
In general you can look in here:
unless its in the NEO patches. I think the only one really different from
uclibc.org's patches is the gcc-uClibc_conf patch, because the ld.so location
is configured from the gcc-specs patch. The gcc index_macro and fix_fastmath
patches are intended for uClibc. Use the Binutils patches from uclibc.org.
Between myself and Kevin Day (I think), it looks like everything except SSP
works. With SSP disabled you can use either 0.9.28 or a snapshot with
gcc-4.1.1... although I'm not sure what -D_FORTIFY_SOURCE=2 will do to
On Friday 08 September 2006 16:48, Christophe CACHAT wrote:
> I recently switched from the glibc to the uClibc version of HLFS mainly for
> size requirements. I am using an up-to-date SVN version (20060907) and
> since a few days I can't find the uClibc-specific patches referenced in
> section 4.3 (i.e. when you moved away from 0.9.28 I guess). I used to look
> into NEO archive in ~robert directory but nothing came after 20060815 :'(
> http://www.linuxfromscratch.org/patches/hlfs/svn/copyerrs tells me that
> automated processes can't find them either and following the links in the
> online version of HLFS book end up in a "Page not found".
> Is there a repository I can look into, or are they embedded somewhere in a
> SVN repository along with other sources. I did look into mailing lists
> archives but couldn't find anything else than the NEO archive.
> Hope you will help me to re-enjoy the uClibc side of HLFS now that I am
> addicted to the quality of that distribution: a great piece of work.
> French Riviera Software
> Palais Cycas - EBS
> 137, boulevard de Lattre de Tassigny
> 06700 Saint Laurent du Var
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