Trouble with Glibc Installation (LFS Ch 6.13)
mcantore at 141.com
Mon Jan 27 03:51:36 PST 2003
I haven't had time to try clearing everything out and recompiling
glibc-2.2.5 yet, but I wanted to thank Ken for his hints.
I'm keeping an extra console open in superuser mode so I can easily
manipulate my files. He said the following:
"Now that you are in chapter 6, everything within the chroot jail is
owned by root. Therefore, to remove files you need to be root. It's
probably easiest to open a second console session for root on the host
system, and use that to move files etc. If you do this, it's probably a
good idea to set PS1 differently so that you can easily see which
console is which before you rm something on the host."
Can you explain what PS1 does? I set it exactly as the book calls for in Ch
6.3. Where does that data get saved? I don't want to foul up my system by
modifying something I shouldn't as the root user.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Ken Moffat" <ken at kenmoffat.uklinux.net>
To: <lfs-support at linuxfromscratch.org>
Sent: Sunday, January 26, 2003 4:39 PM
Subject: Re: Trouble with Glibc Installation (LFS Ch 6.13)
> On Sun, 26 Jan 2003, Matt Cantore wrote:
> > Here's my trouble. I worked straight through to chapter 6.11 with no
> > troubles. Everything appeared exactly as the book said. At chapter
> > 6.13, Glibc-2.2.5, my trouble started. First, I forgot to untar
> > Glibc-linuxthreads and it did not work properly. I fixed that but I had
> > created the glibc-build directory and it failed there. I removed those
> > lines of code from the command and I got a fault similar to this:
> If you've found an error in what you are doing, you *have* to clear out
> any build directory. Similarly, if you get a configure wrong in
> something that doesn't use a build directory it's best to wipe it out
> and re-extract fresh source.
> > I tried several times. Each time I had similar problems. I had
> > directories that I created and had trouble deleting using the current
> > work environment. I went on to the internet and downloaded Glibc-2.3.1.
> If this is your first lfs, probably best to stick with 2.2.5. 2.3.1 is
> in the CVS book, and there are a number of different patches and
> alternative ways of dealing with the new problems it brings (for anybody
> using a 2.2 glibc host).
> > Either way, I'm a bit puzzled. The work enviornment is tough to work
> > in. I'm having trouble getting permission to delete my previous
> > attempts at installing LFS. I'm having to su just to kill old files and
> > copy the necessary Glibc-linuxthreads* etc around as necessary to unzip
> > and untar as needed.
> Now that you are in chapter 6, everything within the chroot jail is
> owned by root. Therefore, to remove files you need to be root. It's
> probably easiest to open a second console session for root on the host
> system, and use that to move files etc. If you do this, it's probably a
> good idea to set PS1 differently so that you can easily see which
> console is which before you rm something on the host.
> Out of the darkness a voice spake unto me, saying "smile, things could be
> worse". So I smiled, and lo, things became worse.
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