glibc check gives errors.
jschrod at uni-muenster.de
Mon Apr 26 10:24:39 PDT 2004
> darkshadow wrote:
>> Joel Miller wrote:
>>> IIRC, you get these test errors if your host's 2.6 kernel was
>>> compiled with gcc 2.x. I don't know if it safe to continue or not.
>>> You'll have to find some one more knowledgeable than me to answer that.
>> Thanks for the info. I may end up wasting time but I came up with a idea
>> tarball up what I have as a backup just incase later someone gives me
>> a better choice then just continue then as soon as possible (after
>> book done but before extra programs get installed) recompile glibc
>> using the kernel I compiled for the new system
>> Someone tell me if this will work please
> Ok I am slightly annoyed during the next package (binutils) I also got
> errors. So I am not just going to go on.
> Since I know that I can't upgrade my hosts gcc to 3.4.0 since it
> requires newer glibc which if I upgrade I will break stuff.
> What version of gcc can I safely move to with my current setup of glibc
> version 2.2.5 and gcc version 2.95.3
> Then I will recompile my kernel and at least get rid of the nptl errors
> when I compile glibc and hopefully the errors will disappear from
> binutils if I am using a good compile of glibc
Maybe try asking on lfs-hackers, because that's where most of the be-lfs
development happened, I don't know if all of these people are monitoring
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