Bill Maltby LFS Related
lfsbill at wlmlx1.wlmcs.com
Fri Mar 8 02:41:21 PST 2002
I see they have corrected the typos. But you can tell about your
libc versions 2 ways.
1) ls -l /lib/liblibc* will give you back several entries. Some will
end .so.5 or .so.6 or similar. These should be symlinks pointing to
something like liblibc-2.1.1.so or similar. The numerics is the ver-
sion you are interested in.
2) Type in the name of one of the libraries, like /lib/libc.so.6 or
/lib/libc-2.1.1.so. It should print the glibc version on the first
line it displays.
billm at wlmcs.com
On Thu, 7 Mar 2002, root wrote:
> After reading chapter 5 Installing Fileutils-4.1, I desided to use the
> fix because I use a AMD Duron and I don't know if there is Glibc-2.2.3
> on my system.
> But when I tried the fix it told me the following :
> bash-2.05$ cp lib/Makfile.in lib/Makfile.in.backup &&
> > sed -e 's/\(.*\)\(fopen-safer\.c\)\\/\1\2atexit.c \\/'\
> > -e 's/\(.*\)\(idcache\$U\.\$.*\)\\/\1\2atexit$U.$(OBJEXT) \\/'\
> > lib/Makfile.in.backup > lib/Makfile.in
> sed: -e expression #1, char 45: Unknown option to 's'
> So I tried installing fileutils whitout the fix and without any
> But after running $LFS/bin/ls if says 'no such file or directory'. This
> means I have to re-install using the fix which, I my case, doesn't work.
> Can anybody tell me how to continue ?
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