d.vaartjes at quicknet.nl
Sun Mar 3 15:51:13 PST 2002
uname -m says i586.
But when i install the whole LFS system, is it possible to use this system on a 'real' i386 system?
Or must i build a whole new LFS system. I ask this because i have multiple 'i386' systems and wand to build only one LFS system compatible with al the other computersystems.
And the environment variables in my host system are saying:
How can this be?
I hope someone can point me in the right direction.
Best regards David
Michael Wahlbrink wrote:
>On 03.03.2002 20:06:37 "D.Vaartjes" wrote:
>>Hello u all,
>>When making packages such as bash, binutils enz. i see entrys like:
>>But i have an i386 system, is this normal ans can this couse any errors
>You have really an old i386 or a newer pentium which will be recognized as
>i586. What does a uname -m says?? This reports the mashine type and AFAIK
>the compiler referres to this output......
>>Al my env vars are pointing to i386.
>>I hope someone can help me.
>>best regards david from holland
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