Error compiling gcc-3.2 in lfs 4.0 chap 5

Jonas Norlander jonas.norlander at ovikonline.com
Mon Oct 28 07:50:45 PST 2002


Stefan Krah wrote:
> * Jonas Norlander <jonas.norlander at ovikonline.com> wrote:
> 
>>>>But in the book it says "We won't be needing a C++ compiler until 
>>>>Chapter 6. So, only the gcc-core tarball needs to be unpacked at this time."
>>>
>>>
>>>In the subject you mention LFS-4.0, but here you quote from CVS. Possibly
>>>you have been mixing up the two books?!
>>>
>>
>>Yes. You where right. By accident i used the cvs-book but that dont 
>>explaine the compilation error.
> 
> 
> How can you be sure unless you try it? LFS-4.0 uses --enable-languages=c
> and CVS doesn't. Delete your gcc-3.2 and gcc-build directory, untar the
> sources again and use the LFS-4.0 commands. Then tell us if the error
> persists.
> 
> 
> Stefan Krah

All fixed now.

I dont now what went wrong but i downloaded the sourcec again to make 
sure i got the right one and rebuild everything from scratch.

Building gcc in chapter 5 went smooth and im now building gcc i chapter 6.

Thanx for your replies

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