no compiling after 'no power'

Christian Lang Ziege.Lang at web.de
Tue Mar 26 22:14:26 PST 2002


Hello,

I've tried it with a new source-tree with a completely new kernel.
That's not enough? I don't to have remove all my sources (like
fileutils, bash, etc.), do I?
I have reiserfs, too, but it haven't find anything. :-(

Thanks,

Christian


----- Original Message -----
From: "Jeroen Coumans" <jeroencoumans at gmx.net>
Newsgroups: lfs.support
Sent: Wednesday, March 27, 2002 1:02 AM
Subject: Re: no compiling after 'no power'


On Tuesday 26 March 2002 23:51, Christian Lang wrote:
> after a successful installation of LFS3.0pre2 and some hints (kde,
> ...) I'd liked to compile a new kernel (and running KDE on another
> konsole). But compiling there wasn't no electricity in our whole
> flat. Booting after, there was a successfully check of my harddrive.
> But trying to compile the kernel a second time there come errors.
> I've downloaded linux-2.4.18 and tried it with this one, no chance
> :-( The try to compile DHCP, the same.
> How can I get my so genial LFS back? (I've tried so hard!)
> Can I start anywhere in the book, instead of making all new?

Delete the source directories and try again, there may be some stale
files which weren't removed but should be. A journalling filesystem
like reiserfs has solved these problems for me btw (very handy with a
laptop! :). I don't think you need to recompile everything if there
weren't any errors from fsck.

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Groeten/Greetings,
Jeroen Coumans
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