LFS 5.0 is a serious problem
maillist at hummelink.xs4all.nl
Sat Nov 15 06:43:54 PST 2003
On Sat, 2003-11-15 at 16:27, ^(o,o)^ Turk2000 wrote:
> On Sat, 15 Nov 2003, Bill's LFS Login said me 8-)
> #-lfsbil -# Not likely to happen. *Many* folks have used the
> #-lfsbil -# new procedures successfully. Maybe if you posted
> #-lfsbil -# some useful information, someone could help you
> #-lfsbil -# past your troubles.
> generally LFS 4.0 it's easy to build and it has less checks to perform.
> LFS 5.0: it's work if and only if i do a cut and paste from /lib on old
> system (built with LFS 4.0) to both /tools/lib and /mnt/lfs/lib, but it
> does not seem a good solution, if not i get:
> /tools/bin/env: no such file or directory
> /tools/bin/bash: no such file or directory
> /tools/bin/gcc: no such file or directory
You failed to perform the "locking in" tests or didn't understand you
had a failure there from the output of it. LFS 5.0 is not hard, you just
have to read and follow the book, but that is not changed from previous
> and so away when i do chroot... I'm sure to have apply fine the LFS 5.0
> #-lfsbil -#
> #-lfsbil -# Did you consider requesting some help for your
> #-lfsbil -# problem rather than requesting a return to old
> #-lfsbil -# methods? Did tou look at the FAQ to see if your
> IMO the old methods are quick: 18 vs 26 steps.
> #-lfsbil -# problems are mentioned in there? Did you search
> #-lfsbil -# the mailing list archives to see if your
> #-lfsbil -# solution is in past postings? Did you read the
> #-lfsbil -# section in the book about requesting help?
> i have not found a solution throught the FAQ :(
> Thank you.
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