Question about Chapter 6.10. Re-adjusting the Toolchain
chris at beaker67.com
Thu Nov 15 17:30:50 PST 2007
mantiz at gmx.net wrote:
> Thursday, November 15, 2007, 4:23:44 PM, you wrote:
> CS> mantiz at gmx.net wrote:
>>> Hello everybody,
>>> I started a new installation of LFS-6.3 and I want to install the base
>>> lfs-system into the prefix /pkgs/lfs-6.3.
>>> I don't want to discuss if this makes any sense because for me it
>>> does. :)
>>> All tests are OK in chapter 6.10. except this one:
>>>> grep 'SEARCH.*/lib' dummy.log |sed 's|; |\n|g'
>>> Here I get the output:
>>> I'm missing a line with:
>>> Where can I tell the system to search in '/pkgs/lfs-6.3/lib', too?
>>> Thanks for any help. :)
> CS> I think that either you don't understand the concept of chrooting, or I
> CS> just don't get what you're asking. If you simply mean that you set
> CS> $LFS=/pkgs/lfs-6.3 then that's where you've chrooted into, so of course
> CS> once you're chrooted then /pkgs/lfs-6.3/lib becomes /lib.
> Sorry, but you misunderstood me.
> I have exported $LFS=/mnt/lfs like it is in the book. But I don't want
> to install the packages of LFS with the prefix /usr but with prefix
> I want that the core system is located in /pkgs/lfs-6.3.
> My thoughts about this are:
> At the moment i reinstall my whole system if I want to install a new
> LFS system. But if I have the working LFS system in /pkgs/lfs-6.3 I
> can prepare the new one in let's say /pkgs/lfs-6.4 and change a
> symlink from lfs-6.3 to lfs-6.4.
> And if everything worked fine I can delete /pkgs/lfs-6.3 and the
> upgrade process is done.
> This works for me for normal packages since 2 years now, each package
> has its own directory, e.g. /pkgs/firefox-188.8.131.52 and so on. If I want
> to install a new version I can do it without being in danger to delete
> the old package.
> And now I thought that this what works with other packages should work
> for the core system, too. :)
You can probably use the "lfs next to existing systems" hint to do this.
I believe this is exactly what it is for.
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