Pat Erley perley at
Wed Oct 10 11:36:53 PDT 2001

ok, I've noticed that there are a lot of posts about glibc bugs, yet I 
couldn't find mine in the 3 hours of searching I did. so here it goes:

In CH6, I chroot into my LFS partition(actually, I'm using a loopback 
file)  everything goes well through the first few steps of building 
glibc until I do:


at which point I get:

(this is just the end of the error, full error attatched in error.log)

sysdeps/unix/inet/Subdirs sysdeps/unix/Subdirs > 
/bin/sh: BEGIN { subdirs = ""; inhibit = "" };                   /^#/ { 
next };                                          /^[^-]/ { subdirs = 
subdirs " " $0 } /^-/ { inhibit = inhibit " " substr($0, 2) }; 
   END { printf "sysdep-subdirs =%s\n", subdirs;           printf 
"sysdep-inhibit-subdirs =%s\n", inhibit;       print "sysd-dirs-done = 
t" }: No such file or directory
make[1]: *** [/usr/src/glibc-build/sysd-dirs] Error 127
make[1]: Leaving directory `/usr/src/glibc-2.2.4'
make: *** [all] Error 2

this is attempting to compile with no optimizations

my system:

k6-2 500
192 megs of memory
linux / on /dev/hdb2
linux /boot on /dev/hdb1

Current Linux: Redhat 7.1

any help would be appreciated
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