Am I in the right place?

Don Smith midio at att.net
Wed Mar 27 06:40:34 PST 2002


It works for me! ;)

I've just finished doing chapter 6 with all the latest versions and I
about to tackle the kernel. After that, boot and start in on X, dhcp,
nfs, ppp, etc.

Of course my host system is a by-the-book lfs 3.1

--
Don

P.S. What weird error were you getting?

""[f0r]hail"" <frontierguard at mail.ru> wrote in message
news:271163442.20020327120911 at mail.ru...
> [f0r]hail -> Don Smith
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>
> DS> some of the 3.0.x versions but they are being quickly eliminated.
The
> DS> latest, 3.0.4, seems to be pretty good. I'm trying it myself to
see what
> DS> fails.
>
> I've tried to compile chapter6 using gcc-3.0.4, but i've got a weird
> compile-time error trying to compile glibc... moving back to
> gcc-2.95.3 solved the problem.
>
> Seems to me there's no way to compile the whole LFS using 3.0.x
> version... Anyways, if someone's done it, please tell me how ;))
>
> #--------------------------------------------#
> //Original message text//
> DS> Only one stand out problem that is fading fast. Some applications
will
> DS> not compile with gcc-3.0.x and you need to use gcc-2.95.3 for
them.
> DS> These are mostly older code that used some constructs that are no
longer
> DS> allowed under the latest compilers. And there are still a few bugs
in
> DS> some of the 3.0.x versions but they are being quickly eliminated.
The
> DS> latest, 3.0.4, seems to be pretty good. I'm trying it myself to
see what
> DS> fails.
>
> DS> You have a hard choice: use 2.95.3 and everything should compile
and
> DS> work just fine, but upgrading to gcc-3 will be a painful future
project;
> DS> or use 3.0.4 and realize some of you favorite apps might not work
for a
> DS> while.
>
> DS> --
> DS> Don
> DS> LFS# 734
>
>
> DS> "Mojo" <mojoman at flashmail.com> wrote in message
> DS> news:3CA10226.3060806 at flashmail.com...
> >> Awww... But thats my goal - to get EVERYTHING updated :( I want the
> >> latest everything i think it just means i have to work harder :/
> >>
> >> cheers
> >>
> >> Anders Widman wrote:
> >> >
> >> >>Another mailing list - Oh no If its anything like this list - im
> DS> gonan
> >> >>get super-smaeed :P hehe oh well its worth it im sure!
> >> >
> >> >
> >> >>another question - reading the book now do you *have* to use the
> >> >>versions used on in the book? For isntance what if i used Xfree
> DS> 4.2.0
> >> >>instead of 4.1.0 it should be okay yes?
> >> >
> >> >
> >> > Normally, this should't be a problem, however dependencies may be
> >> > different for newer versions. You might want to look at that
before
> >> > going blindly after the latest and gratest =)
> >> >
> >> > //Anders
> >> >
> >>
> >>
> >>
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