pb after compiling glibc
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Sat Jan 4 09:26:50 PST 2003
> -----Message d'origine-----
> De : lfs-support-bounce at linuxfromscratch.org
> [mailto:lfs-support-bounce at linuxfromscratch.org]De la part de Tushar
> Envoye : samedi 4 janvier 2003 18:19
> A : lfs-support at linuxfromscratch.org
> Objet : Re: pb after compiling glibc
> Alex wrote:
> >>[mailto:lfs-support-bounce at linuxfromscratch.org]De la part de Tushar
> >><request>please bottom post your replies. Also, you mail client seems to
> >>be messing up the indentation of the replies. Please fix it.</request>
> >>Did you apply the libnss patch to glibc when compiling?
> >I didn't apply the libnss patch because if I understand well the
> >documentation it is only for people that first compil with glibc-2.2.x
> >version. I didn't. My host system use a 2.1.3 version.
> I hope that is a typo and your host system is 2.3.1. If your host system
> is 2.3.1, then you don't need to apply the patch.
It is not an error.
lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 13 mar 25 2001 /lib/libm.so.6 ->
This line show that I have 2.1.3 version, isn't it?
> >Do you think I have to apply the patch anyway? I can try but do
> you know how
> >can I fix my problem of chroot environment. Each time I call
> >/static/bin/bash I got the "core dumped" message ! :-(
> You can get around the problem by moving the libnss libraries out of the
> mkdir $LFS/save
> mv $LFS/lib/libnss* $LFS/save
ok it seems to be ok with moving the libnss libraries.
I need to re-compil everything now for glibc? I ask the question because it
takes a long long time on my AMK K6 233Mhz :)
> >(I tried to correct my post-replies indentation)
> Just one more request, please put your replies at the bottom like mine.
You have lots of requirements!! :))
In any case thank you for your help
> Tushar Teredesai
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